There are many, many China-based firms pumping out flagship-level handsets, but LeEco is seemingly more ambitious than most of its compatriots. The firm set up camp in Silicon Valley earlier this year, and while its flash sale mentality is not something that U.S. consumers are necessarily accustomed to, LeEco is definitely one to watch. Amid the firm’s rise to prominence, a very large, very powerful new handset has been leaked in several images and yes, those all-important specs are in tow.
According to the leakster on Chinese social microblogging network Weibo, the LeEco LE X920 will include a 6.3-inch, quad-HD display touting a resolution of 1440 x 2560. It’ll be powered by the Snapdragon 820 processor — a staple for many of this year’s flagship smartphones — and will include 4 GB of RAM. Storage-wise, the handset is expected to pack 64 GB ROM, with microSD expansion offering even more potential legroom.
The rear-facing camera looks set to be a 23-megapixel affair complete with dual-tone LED flash, while an 8-megapixel snapper should take care of selfies. the LE X920 may also include a 3400 mAh battery, USB Type-C port and yes — there will apparently be a 3.5mm jack. On the software front, it’s expected that the device will have LeEco’s EUI overlay atop Android 6 Marsmallow.
The leak also indicates a price tag of 1388 Yuan for the metallic-looking device, which works out at around $200. There’s no word on whether this model is destined for the United States market or not. If it is, though, prospective Stateside owners can probably expect to pay more than their Chinese counterparts.