It has been not long that we received news and updates regarding LeEco running out of money and was in danger of going bankrupt. In fact, a number of employees were reportedly sacked to put brakes on the financial losses. However, it seems that LeEco is back again in the grove and is set to come out with new smartphones. One of the numbers of smartphones which are reportedly waiting in the pipeline to be launched shortly is the LeEco Le X920.
In the last month, few leaked images of the smartphone hit the market and that provided hints that the launch is going to happen shortly. But no official statement has been given on that. And the new leaked images further indicate that the smartphone will come out very soon.
The new images which have come out from Slashleaks reveal a lot of things regarding the features and specs of the smartphone. The fingerprint scanner can be clearly noticed on the back of the device along with the rear camera which was primarily believed to be a dual-lens one. However, the new leaked images of LeEco Le X920 have revealed that the rear camera is comprised of a single-lens camera while the flash and the Autofocus sensor can be noticed quite clearly.
The image of the front side of the smartphone has revealed that it will look very much like the other smartphones which have come out from the house of LeEco. Le X920 will hit the market with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset under the hood and that has also been a part of the leaked information.
It is believed that LeEco Le X920 is going to be the Le Max 3 which happens to be the successor of the LeEco Le Max 2 which came out in the earlier half of the year 2016. Other than that, expectations are high that the smartphone will come out on the market with the 6.3-inch display supporting a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The device is perhaps going to be backed by a 3,700 mAh battery.
However, the official confirmation is yet to come from the developer of the alleged LeEco Le Max 3. So we need to keep on waiting for a bit longer in order to get some sort of an update regarding the release date of the device as well as the features and specs that it will come with.