LeEco's next flagship, the Le Max 3 is due for announcement soon and we just got our best look at it courtesy of a bunch of photos shared by SlashLeaks.
The photos show a design we've been familiar with already and one that looks close to the Le Max 2 from 2016. There's a large screen on the front (rumored to be 5.7") with nonexistent side bezels. There's a dual-camera and fingerprint scanner on the back.
The images reveal the phone has 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM although there will be a 64GB model too and there's talk of a model with 8GB of RAM too. Looks like the Le Max 3 will forego the latest Snapdragon chip in favor of the Snapdragon 821 which is still quite capable even by 2017 standards.
Finally we've already heard that the LeEco Le Max 3 will feature some sort of AI assistant on board though the leaked images neither confirm nor deny it.
It was expected of LeEco to unveil the Le Max 3 on April 11 but that didn't happen and there's no word on when the phone will make its debut.
Thanks, Abhin for the tip!
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I have purchased le eco le max 2 on last year 14th July. Now the mobile is disturbing a lot, hanging more frequently. No service centre available at Malda. I am at helpless position. My phone is like a toy.
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