After plenty of speculations surrounding the Le Pro 3, LeEco officially rolled out its new flagship product in China yesterday.

At the same event, LeEco claimed it has shipped over 17 million Le Phones as of present. Like other local smartphone manufacturers, globalization is a top priority for the company now. Markets in India, Hong Kong, Russia, the U.S. and Asia Pacific regions are their current-prime focus, according to Feng Xing, vice president of the company.

It’s no secret that Chinese smartphone vendors tend to lean towards high-end specs and affordable prices in product push, and LeEco is no exception.

Le Pro 3 looks quite the powerful handset– at least on paper. Enabled by Android 6.0 Marshmallow with LeEco’s EUI 5.8 on the top, the smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC processor which clocks at 2.35GHz. The new quad-core processor is 10% faster than its predecessor Snapdragon 820, the firm pointed out.

Le Pro 3 features a mental unibody design with a screen size of 5.5-inch 1080p display resolution with 2.5 D curved glass display on the top. Color options include silver, gray, rose gold and gold.

The phone sports a main camera of 16MP with dual tone LED flash and phase detection auto-focus. An 8MP front cameral is at your disposal for shooting selfies.

The device is shipped with a non-removable 7.5mm-thick battery of 4070mAh. It also supports 24W QuickCharge 3.0 with which LeEco is confident to get your phone charged from zero to 35% in 30 minutes and fully charged with around two hours.

LeEco said it already has 5 million Le Pro 3 handsets in stock and the pricing various according to RAM and memories.

  • 4GB RAM + 32GB – 1,799 yuan ($270)
  • 6GB RAM + 64GB – 1,999 yuan ($300)
  • 4GB RAM + 64GB –  2,499 yuan ($375)
  • 6GB RAM + 128GB – 2,999 yuan ($450)

The new addition to Lephone’s product line is open for preorders now and official sales will begin since September 28.

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