The Chinese tech manufacturer known as LeEco is getting ready to unveil its flagship smartphone later this day. Fortunately, we don’t have to wait any longer until we can get our first glimpse at LeEco Le Pro 3 because Slashleaks has just uploaded a press render picture of it ahead of schedule. The smartphone presents a sleek design and edge to edge display that resembles Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Infinity panel.
Camera and Display
The smartphone is going to hold the title of being LeEco’s flagship smartphone which means that it’s the best that the Chinese tech manufacturer has to offer in terms of smartphones. Therefore, Le Pro 3 has been packed with impressive internal hardware specs and a smooth looking design. From the looks of it, the premium smartphone will ship with a dual rear camera setup that’s going to feature dual-tone flash and dual-LED. In addition, the leaked picture shows that Le Pro 3’s display bezels are almost unnoticeable. On the downside, we cannot tell the exact size of the display just from the picture.
Security has become a top priority for all smartphone manufacturers and LeEco is not an exception to that rule. Therefore, Le Pro 3 has been fitted with a fingerprint sensor that’s located in the rear end, right next to the company’s brand logo. Additionally, the flagship smartphone also features three capacitive keys for Home, Back and Overview.
Slashleaks has only uploaded the device’s press render picture but it didn’t mention anything about its specs. On the bright side, the internet is filled with rumors and speculations about Le Pro 3’s hardware parts. We have rounded up the most plausible rumors and we’re going to present them right now.
According to rumors, Le Pro 3 will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 processor which has been clocked at 2.35GHz Kyro. Even better, the Chinese manufacturer has coupled the smartphone’s processor with the whopping amount of 6GB of RAM. We should also mention that Le Pro 3 is expected to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. However, the operating system is going to be upgraded along the way.