Chinese smartphone brand LeEco appears to have achieved some amount of success with the Indian smartphone buyers over the years with its budget smartphones. The buzz right now is around the company’s next offering LeEco Le Max 3 likely to be available for purchase in the Indian markets effective April 11. It is being reported that the latest flagship from this Chinese phone maker will come with an all new artificial intelligence based Digital Assistant developed by the company in-house and will join the likes of Bixby, HTC Sense and Google Assistant. Its nomenclature has not been revealed yet, but the phone’s other specifications and features can be discussed here.
5.7inch Display; 13MP Dual Camera Setup
The LeEco Le Max 3 has a 5.7-inch IPS LCD display and the resolution is also a decent 1440x2560 yielding a healthy 515ppi. The main CPU is Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 MSM8996 Pro in combination with a 64-bit Adreno 530. The phone comes with 4 GB of RAM and an internal memory of 64 GB, which cannot be expanded. The LeEco Le Max 3 will run on the Android 6 (Marshmallow) with LeEco’s custom UI EUI 5.8.
The camera is where there could be a lot of excitement for the users, so far as the LeEco Le Max 3 is concerned. It’s going to be a dual camera setup with 13MPx2 cameras with a dual-colour LED flash as well. The camera system allows continuous shooting and also HDR modes. The front ‘selfie’ camera is a larger 16 MP one but with no flash attached.
Battery and Other Features
The LeEco Le Max 3 smartphone will be fitted with a 3900 mAh non-replaceable battery with quick charging facility. Indian buyers can feel at ease as the phone is compatible with all the Indian service providers of 4G platform. The phone also comes with a fingerprint sensor on the back.
LeEco’s Own Digital Personal Assistant
Reports suggest that LeEco’s latest offering will be loaded with a Digital Assistant which will be its own creation. The name and style are yet to be revealed, but come April 11, the users can get to experience this new technology and the analysts can come up with comparisons with the other proprietary AI based Assistants released in the recent times.
As of now, the company has only released a teaser image and a teaser video, conveying hardly anything. But then April 11 is just round the corner. And the pricing, in India or elsewhere is also a mystery till now.