Upcoming LeEco smartphone might feature a dual-camera setup

A leaked image shows the back panel of an LeEco smartphone with a dual-camera setup at the back.


Chinese smartphone maker LeEco (formerly known as LeTV) has been in the news lately as some sources believe that the company is working on a new smartphone powered by a Snapdragon 823 processor and a massive 8 gigs of RAM. Now according to a fresh set of leaked info, it seems that this very same smartphone could feature a dual-camera setup as well.

The latest leak includes the back panel of what seems like an LeEco smartphone as it sports the company’s branding at the bottom. The camera setup looks peculiar but we can clearly see that it will have a dual-lens setup along with a dual-LED flash. Just yesterday we heard that Xiaomi and LeEco have started outsourcing dual-camera modules from Samsung, coincidence?

You can also see twin antennae bands placed on the top and bottom edges, similar to the ones on the Meizu Pro 6 (and the upcoming iPhone). There is also a cutout below the camera for the fingerprint scanner. The smartphone could be dubbed as the LeEco Max 2 Pro, a beefier version of the recently launch Max 2 or it could be a whole new device. The company has an event on the 29th of June and should be unveiling this new smartphone along with the Le 2s, successor of the popular budget smartphone, the Le 1s.

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