Le X from LeEco leaks out on the internet, shows off 18:9 display and quad-cameras

Last year LeEco had released the Le Pro 3 AI edition which had reportedly hit 4.8 million pre-orders in a single day.

Chinese conglomerate LeEco may be deep in trouble and debt but it seems that the company is still trying to launch new smartphones as it tries to reverse its fortunes. Last year LeEco had released the Le Pro 3 AI edition which had reportedly hit 4.8 million pre-orders in a single day. Now, renders of a new device have surfaced the internet out of nowhere. This new smartphone will come with full-screen 18:9 aspect ratio display and it is reportedly being called as the Le X.

Le X. Weibo

Le X. Weibo

The leaked renders of the Le X were spotted on Weibo and the device comes with a four-camera system (two at the back and two at the front). The rear camera setup sports a vertical design, something that has gained attention after Apple introduced it on its iPhone X. The display also comes with curved edges along with almost bezel-less design giving it a design that is similar to what we saw on Samsung Galaxy S8.

Le X.

Le X.

There are no details available about that internal hardware of the Le X. But it is likely that LeEco will follow its approach of offering quality hardware at a very competitive price. LeEco has not issued any details about the launch of any new device at the time of writing so the renders should be taken with a pinch of salt because it is likely that this device may never see the light of the day.

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