Fresh live images of the LeEco Le Max 3 surface online

Quite a few new live images of LeEco’s upcoming Le Max 3 phablet have been leaked online today, showing off a premium looking metal unibody design. Just like previous high-end phablets from the Chinese manufacturer, the upcoming Le Max 3 will boast razor-thin bezels on the sides, but the top and bottom bezels are nowhere near as thin.

The phablet’s rear houses a circular fingerprint scanner and a dual-camera setup placed inside a circular ring with the dual-LED flash placed below the two sensors. As you can see for yourself, the whole layout makes it appear like a humanoid robot face. At the bottom, the LeEco Le Max 3 houses a USB Type-C port along with two loudspeakers.

The Le Max 3 had made an appearance on the GFXBench database recently, revealing impressive hardware specifications. Dominating the front of the handset will be a 5.5-inch display with 1440 x 2560 Quad HD resolution and a high pixel density of 534 pixels per inch. Powering the LeEco Le Max 3 will be Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 64-bit quad-core SoC from last year. Even though the SoC is a bit dated now, it is certainly no slouch in terms of performance. Plus, you have to keep in mind the Le Max 3 is not going to be the company’s flagship device. In the memory department, the smartphone will include 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory. However, there is a possibility of multiple memory configurations being offered at launch. The device pictured above for instance, packs 6GB of RAM.

While the hardware inside the Le Max 3 is no doubt impressive for a high-end Android smartphone, the software could prove to be a disappointment. The GFXBench listing for the Le X920 suggests LeEco will ship the Le Max 3 with the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS out of the box and not the newer Android Nougat operating system.


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