Chinese conglomerate, LeEco created a lot of buzz when it launched its first set of smartphones in the country earlier this year. This can be attributed to the kind of value for the money they offer. The Chinese company, in its span of existence in the country, has garnered a good fan base.
To further extend its presence globally, the company has forayed into the US market by unveiling two new smartphones, the Le Pro3 and Le S3.
Here are 8 things you should be aware of both these smartphones.
On the other hand, Le S3, the mid-ranger comes equipped with a Snapdragon 652 chipset under-the-hood.
4GB of RAM
The flagship-level Le Pro3 packs 4GB of RAM which should be good enough to handle any tasks you throw at it effortlessly. The Le S3, meanwhile, packs 3GB of RAM which should also offer fairly good multitasking experience.
In terms of internal storage space, the Le Pro3 comes with 64GB of space while the Le S3 comes with 32GB of onboard storage space.
5.5-inch display is the norm
Both, Le Pro3 and Le S3, rock a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1080x1920 pixels.
No headphone jack
Yes! You heard it right. Following the footsteps of Apple, LeEco unveiled the Le Pro3 and S3 without the headphone jack. Meaning you'll have to make do with the USB Type-C port for audio playback.
Dual Speakers powered by Dolby Atmos
The flagship-level Le Pro3 along with the Le S3 sport premium audio features including dual speakers, surround sound powered by Dolby Atmos and CDLA (Continual Digital Lossless Audio) technology to offer great audio playback experience.
16MP and 8MP cameras
Bigger battery capacities
The Le Pro3 makes use of a 4,070mAh battery for the fuel while the S3 depends on a 3,000mAh for the juice.
LeEco has priced both the smartphones very aggressively. The premium Le Pro3 comes with a price tag of USD 399 which roughly translates to Rs. 26,650 while the Le S3 will ship with a price tag of USD 249 (Rs. 16,631 approx.).