Scandal aside, LeEco has made some pretty great and affordable phones. One of them is the LeEco Le 2 which comes in two variants: a Helio X20 variant and a Snapdragon 652 variant; and is also one of the first phones in the world to ditch the audio jack.
Released back in April for ¥1099 (~$160), the Le 2 has a 5.5” FHD display, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 16MP f/2.0 main camera, and an 8MP front facing shooter. There is a 3000mAh battery with Quick Charge 2.0 support, a fingerprint scanner, and an IR blaster.
The price of the Snapdragon variant of the Le 2 has been slashed down by ¥200 (~$29) and you can now pick it up for just ¥899 (~$130), which is not bad as long as you can live with its lack of an audio jack. Actually, you won’t find any phone with 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 652 chip for $130.
While it does lack an audio jack, it comes with a USB Type-C audio adapter, so you can use any of your headphones with it and get a taste of its HiFi audio and Dolby Atmos audio enhancement.