Earlier this month, the news was buzzing around with regards to the recently launched LeEco Le 3 Pro smartphone. Prior to launch, the device hit AnTuTu benchmarking app hard with very high scores which could be attributed to Qualcomm’s recently released powerhouse SoC, the Snapdragon 821 processor that was powering it.
This, however, brought about a rise in interest among the expected users which resulted in seeing close to 3.5 million interested buyers booking reservations to lay their hands on this handset whereas the folks over at LeEco only made 500,000 units available at a price of $269.
Yesterday, this phone finally went on sale in less than 15 seconds, all 500,000 units were sold out which we must say is just incredible for the OEM with two successful smartphones swimming though the market in just three months — am looking at you LeEco Le 2S Pro –.
More on the specs of this handset includes a Full HD touchscreen display of 5.5 inches which is held firmly by a finely crafted and polished metallic finish giving it that all too familiar all-metal body flagship look seen in most 2016 premium devices.
There is a 16MP main camera at the back which is accompanied on the top up front by an 8MP selfie shooter. It comes with Android Marshmallow OS from the box and has a fingerprint scanner for all your security bidding.
The LeEco Le 3 pro draws power from a 4050 mAh battery source and it comes with different memory configurations seeing it with either a 4GB or 6GB RAM and an internal storage capacity of 32GB/64GB/128GB for each of the RAM sizes.