LeEco finally breaks into the US, introduces the Le Pro 3 and a new Le S3
LeEco has been gearing up to its big entry in to the US market for a while now and going the way that a lot of Chinese OEMs are usually scared to foray into, all we can wish them at this point is just the best of luck because really, they have tried enough and they deserve all the success that comes their way in this market.
For today’s big announcement, they have announced their presence in the US with two new devices and already leaked before, these are none other than the Le Pro 3 which has already been around for a while and a totally new one – the Le S3.
For the first one, the Le Pro 3 would have 5.5 inch of screen and a 1080p touchscreen technology, carry a 16MP unit on the back and an 8MP unit up front while pairing that with the works of a QUALCOMM snapdragon 821 chipset. Let’s not forget that this same device carries 4GB of RAM and uses 64GB of internal storage space while there is also a fingerprint scanner on the back, drawing power from a 4070mAh battery.
Not forgetting the newly launched Le S3, this device would also have 5.5 inch of 1080p touchscreen but use a snapdragon 652 chipset instead and also, use a lesser 3GB of RAM. For internal space, we have 32GB to use and the battery power is just set at 3000mAh. For the unlocked version, you would be getting one for $249.
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