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LeEco has announced a handful of new products today at its massive press event in San Francisco. We’ve already seen the company show off some new TVs and now it has confirmed that it’s Le Pro3 flagship smartphone has landed in the United States. It has specs that can rival the best of them in the market and it will certainly be interesting to see how it performs against the competition. The mid-range Le S3 smartphone has also been announced.

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The 5.5 inch full HD display toting LeEco Le Pro3 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. It features a massive 4,070mAh battery which the company claims is good for 33 hours of talk time, 12 hours of streaming video, and 49 hours of music playback. The handset supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 so it can hit 33 percent charge in 20 minutes.

It also features a 16 megapixel rear camera and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The Le Pro3 doesn’t have a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, it offers high-quality sound through the USB Type-C port. LeEco Le Pro 3 will cost $399 off-contract and unlocked in the United States. The company is offering a $99 rebate on this device so it will essentially cost $299. It also comes with three months of EcoPass for free. This LeEco service provides users with 5TB cloud storage, unlimited photo and video storage, access to LeEco sales, and an extended warranty.

The Le S3 is a mid-range handset that features a 5.5 inch full HD display, Snapdragon 652 processor with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, a 3,000mAh battery, USB Type-C Port, Quick Charge 3.0 support, 16 megapixel rear and 8 megapixel front camera as well as a fingerprint scanner. It will cost $249.

LeEco is going to sell these products though it website, www.lemall.com.

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5.5"
  • 1920x1080
  • IPS LCD
  • 401 PPI
16 MP
  • f/ Aperture
3000 mAh
  • Non-Removable
  • No Wireless Charg.
3GB RAM
  • MSM8976 Snapdragon 652
  • None
Price
~$265 - Amazon
Weight
153 g
Launched in
2016-10-01
Storage (GB)
  • 32
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