The Chinese smartphone brand LeEco is rumored to launch a new flagship smartphone in the second half of this year. Though there is no official information about the device itself, there are many leaks suggesting the device to launch upgraded version for Le Max 2 known as Le Max 2 Pro. The leaked screenshot of Antutu revealed the specifications of the device with model number Le X720. Now a new leaked image of the upcoming LeEco smartphone suggests the device to feature dual rear cameras.
The dual antenna bands are placed on the top and bottom edges, as seen on the Meizu Pro 6. The design of the dual cameras and the LED flash resembles the human face. On the right edge, we can find the volume rocker and power button. There are many leaks suggesting the Le Max 2 Pro to be the world’s first smartphone to feature 8GB of RAM. But the Antutu benchmark revealed the Le X720 device to feature just 4GB of RAM. Now we think the Le X720 and the leaked smartphone with 8GB RAM may be two different devices.
The Le X720 comes powered by Snapdragon MSM8996Pro chipset and scored a whopping 154,272 points on Antutu. Qualcomm recently announced the new Snapdragon 821 SoC clocked at 2.4GHz as the upgraded variant of Snapdragon 820 SoC. The Le X720 also includes 32GB of internal storage, 16MP rear camera, and an 8MP front camera. While the rumored smartphone with 8GB of RAM is also said to be powered by Snapdragon 821 SoC and sports 25MP rear camera sensor.
Earlier, we have covered about Xiaomi and LeEco to use Samsung’s dual camera modules on their upcoming devices. We need to wait until next few months to see whether the company will be launching either Le X720 or 8GB RAM smartphone. LeEco will also be launching the Le 2S as the successor for the popular Le 1S that was launched last year.