The dual-SIM (Nano-SIM) smartphone sports a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) display with 2.5D curved glass, In-Cell touch tech, and a pixel density of 403ppi. It is world's second smartphone to come with Snapdragon 821 SoC; Asus already launched the Zenfone 3 Deluxe powered by the same SD821 SoC. It starts with a 4GB RAM/32GB storage option, followed by 6GB/64GB. Even though all the smartphone support 4G, yet 4G can only be used only on one SIM out of the two at one time. The Le Pro 3 runs EUI 5.8 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The company has launched the LeEco Le Pro 3 in 4 variants - 4 GB RAM / 32 GB ROM, 6 GB RAM / 64 GB ROM, 4 GB RAM / 64 GB ROM, and 6 GB RAM / 128 GB ROM at price tags of CNY 1,799, CNY 1,999, CNY 2,499, and CNY 2,999 respectively. The 4GB RAM + 64GB storage Zhang Yimou edition is priced at CNY 2,499 (roughly Rs. 25,100), and the 6GB RAM + 128GB inbuilt storage version has been priced at CNY 2,999 (roughly Rs. 30,100).
LeEco has made the much-rumored Le Pro 3 smartphone official at an event in China today. Additionally, it comes with 4/6GB LPDDR4 RAM with 32/64GB (UFS 2.0) storage that is not expandable, Adreno 530 GPU, and 4070 mAh battery underneath with Quick Charge 3.0. The rear camera also features Auto Focus, 4K Recording, Scene Mode, Manual Focus, HDR, and Slow Motion Recording (720p at 120 fps). Starting price of the smartphone is stated by the company on its website is CNY 1,799 which is approximately Rs 18,000 for the 32GB variant which has 4GB RAM.
In terms of connectivity, the LeEco Le Pro 3 supports 4G LTE (with support for bands in India), Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, NFC, GPS/ A-GPS, and Bluetooth v4.2, apart from USB Type-C. On the front, the smartphone bears an 8-megapixel camera with an f/2.2 aperture, and a 76.5-degree wide-angle lens. For sound output, the Le Pro 3 will make use of the USB Type-C port.
On the imaging front, LeEco plugin 16MP rear camera sensor paired with 8MP front-facing camera. The battery should be able to keep your phone powered on for all day long with some video playback and a few games on and off. LeEco was the very first Android OEM to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack and Motorola did the same with its Moto Z afterwards.