LeEco X920 Leaks In Video!


It’s not often that we get super clear video leak like this and this one of the LeEco X920 is soooo good!

It’s no secret that LeEco is struggling. The company has over invested and they are struggling to keep its various operations afloat, but if that wasn’t had enough, they’re also struggling to keep their latest smartphones underwraps too.

Here at GizChina we’re no strangers of leaked photos, specs, etc, but it’s quite rare that a leaked hands on video of a smartphone manages to make its way to the media before the phone even goes on sale!

This is exactly what’s happened here with the LeEco X920 which has been leaked in spectacular style.

Now the uploader of the video claims that the LeEco X920 is a dual camera phone, and that’s the only problem we have with the video as the handset seems to have just a single camera but additional sensors for laser focus etc.

According the the leak the LeEco X920 as a 6.3-inch quadHD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. This large alloy phone follows previous large screen LeEco phones with a rear fingerprint scanner rather than having one on the chin of the phone.

Hardware details continue with a Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal memory, 22.5 megapixel camera, 8 megapixel front camera, dual SIM support and a 3700mAh battery (which we think is on the small side for such a large phone).

See what you think of the LeEco X920 in the video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nCR8rFq0yE

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48 Comments

  1. yalok
    April 2, 2017

    Although struggling, Motorola, HTC and LeEco insist on their “genius” idea of removing 3.5mm headphone jack. I find that similar to sawing the branch under oneself. Also, the color selection and design elements (Black borders and that scared-face camera module) of LeEco leave a lot to be desired.

    • Francis Sim
      April 3, 2017

      You forgot that Apple is within the ranks of the companies that dropped the 3.5mm headphone jack. For a normal user, I don’t really miss the 3.5mm jack. I use a Bluetooth earpiece instead.

      • yalok
        April 4, 2017

        I didn’t forget about Apple. I’ve mentioned that they are struggling to become profitable, while Apple is one of the most profitable companies in the world. Apple can afford such a brave move, others don’t.

        • Francis Sim
          April 5, 2017

          Other than LeEco running into cashflow issues, Motorola and HTC are both profitable. I wouldn’t call the move a brave one but it is inevitable. As devices evolve, the 3.5mm jack will go into history.

          • yalok
            April 6, 2017

            HTC may be profitable only thanks to Vive VR headset. Anyway, it’s profits are far from great and are only degrading.
            Motorola wasn’t profitable before it was bought by google, after that and now it’s not profitable either (under Lenovo).
            Removing something is not a valuable evolution.
            Kudos to top players – samsung, huawei, vivo and oppo for keeping the 3.5 mm jack option.

  2. Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
    April 2, 2017

    6.3″ on a 3.7k battery? Instant no. Le Pro3 is far more balanced phone. They should stick to it’s formula.

    • AbdulB1
      April 2, 2017

      Unfortunately companies like LeEco and HTC dont like to put big batteries or microSD card in some of their phones in order to milk more money from them.

      • Nilzie
        June 10, 2017

        It’s about thinness. But Le pro 3 (and that ai edition) has 4k mah, as does Leeco cool1 and Leeco cool changer s1

        Now if they can just put a bigger battery I’m their 5.8 inch plus phones…

        • AbdulB1
          June 10, 2017

          No it is all about making more money. LeEco will be bankrupt soon they aren’t updating their phones to even Android 7

          • Nilzie
            June 10, 2017

            Lol ok. Prove it. The only fact you said is that they have financial issues (not sure if they still do)

            • AbdulB1
              June 10, 2017

              LeEco business model is based on the fact you buy into their tv services in China. That is great deal in China but not for people living outside. LeEco has two divisions. one media one cellphone/car one. The cellphone and car one is having serious financial crisis at the moment and if you dont believe me read caixin.

            • Nilzie
              June 11, 2017

              We already agreed there were financial issues. You didnt prove your conspiracy theory that they are using smaller batteries to “rip people off”.

            • AbdulB1
              June 11, 2017

              yea because they sell other phones at expensive price. If you see le max 2 and compare it with le pro 3 then u will see the difference in specs is not much sd820 vs sd821 similar ram and memory but the screen also gets downgraded to 1080p in le pro3 from 2k in le max 2.

            • Nilzie
              June 11, 2017

              … you are comparing two phones that are one generation apart. Compare le max 2 to le pro 2, not 3.

            • AbdulB1
              June 11, 2017

              not a huge difference between sd820 and sd821.

            • Nilzie
              June 11, 2017

              Right. We know this. But when new generation phones come, they are more pricey at first. Then they drop a little. Then next generation comes and the price of the older generation drops further. And the cycle continues.

              This is true for every cellphone company I can think of

            • Nilzie
              June 12, 2017

              … the reason they can make so good phones at such prices is BECAUSE of their TV streaming service subscription (among other things), so they can sell the phones at a loss or razor thin margains.

              Tell me one Leeco phone which is a bad deal. Hell on kimovil.com Leeco Le Pro 3 is rated no1 in user satisfaction, based on on surveys by more than 14000 responders

            • AbdulB1
              June 13, 2017

              Lol, even I like my LeEco Max 2. But there problem is that there is no Android 7 , there is no multi window so I can’t take advantage of this huge screen. Plus the battery is way too small and lack of Android 7 energy savings makes it more problematic.

          • Nilzie
            June 12, 2017

            That’s literally one of the most delusional comments I read there. You think their business model will fail simply because they don’t update to an Android version (which the vast majority of consumers don’t care about.

            I’m done with you

    • Karly Johnston
      April 3, 2017

      What about 5.8″ 2k on a 3k battery?

      • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
        April 3, 2017

        Even worse and yes I know for which phone you’re talking about. 😉 Who said the S8’s battery is good? No, battery wise S7 Edge is the best from their Sx line.

  3. yalok
    April 2, 2017

    Although struggling, Motorola, HTC and LeEco insist on their “genius” idea of removing 3.5mm headphone jack. I find that similar to sawing the branch under oneself. Also, the color selection and design elements (Black borders and that scared-face camera module) of LeEco leave a lot to be desired.
    With the new model, it doesn’t look like they’ve learned all their lessons from past experiences.

    • Francis Sim
      April 4, 2017

      You forgot that Apple is within the ranks of the companies that dropped the 3.5mm headphone jack. For a normal user, I don’t really miss the 3.5mm jack. I use a Bluetooth earpiece instead.

    • yalok
      April 4, 2017

      I didn’t forget about Apple. I’ve mentioned that they are struggling to become profitable, while Apple is one of the most profitable companies in the world. Apple can afford such a brave move, others don’t.

    • Francis Sim
      April 5, 2017

      Other than LeEco running into cashflow issues, Motorola and HTC are both profitable. I wouldn’t call the move a brave one but it is inevitable. As devices evolve, the 3.5mm jack will go into history.

    • yalok
      April 6, 2017

      HTC may be profitable only thanks to Vive VR headset. Anyway, it’s profits are far from great and are only degrading.
      Motorola wasn’t profitable before it was bought by google, after that and now it’s not profitable either (under Lenovo).
      Removing something is not a valuable evolution.
      Kudos to top players – samsung, huawei, vivo and oppo for keeping the 3.5 mm jack option.

  4. Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
    April 2, 2017

    6.3″ on a 3.7k battery? Instant no. Le Pro3 is far more balanced phone. They should stick to it’s formula.

    • AbdulB1
      April 2, 2017

      Unfortunately companies like LeEco and HTC dont like to put big batteries or microSD card in some of their phones in order to milk more money from them.

    • Karly Johnston
      April 3, 2017

      What about 5.8″ 2k on a 3k battery?

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      April 3, 2017

      Even worse and yes I know for which phone you’re talking about. 😉 Who said the S8’s battery is good? No, battery wise S7 Edge is the best from their Sx line.

    • Nilzie
      June 10, 2017

      It’s about thinness. But Le pro 3 (and that ai edition) has 4k mah, as does Leeco cool1 and Leeco cool changer s1

      Now if they can just put a bigger battery I’m their 5.8 inch plus phones…

    • AbdulB1
      June 10, 2017

      No it is all about making more money. LeEco will be bankrupt soon they aren’t updating their phones to even Android 7

    • Nilzie
      June 10, 2017

      Lol ok. Prove it. The only fact you said is that they have financial issues (not sure if they still do)

    • AbdulB1
      June 10, 2017

      LeEco business model is based on the fact you buy into their tv services in China. That is great deal in China but not for people living outside. LeEco has two divisions. one media one cellphone/car one. The cellphone and car one is having serious financial crisis at the moment and if you dont believe me read caixin.

    • Nilzie
      June 11, 2017

      We already agreed there were financial issues. You didnt prove your conspiracy theory that they are using smaller batteries to “rip people off”.

    • AbdulB1
      June 11, 2017

      yea because they sell other phones at expensive price. If you see le max 2 and compare it with le pro 3 then u will see the difference in specs is not much sd820 vs sd821 similar ram and memory but the screen also gets downgraded to 1080p in le pro3 from 2k in le max 2.

    • Nilzie
      June 11, 2017

      … you are comparing two phones that are one generation apart. Compare le max 2 to le pro 2, not 3.

    • AbdulB1
      June 11, 2017

      not a huge difference between sd820 and sd821.

    • Nilzie
      June 12, 2017

      Right. We know this. But when new generation phones come, they are more pricey at first. Then they drop a little. Then next generation comes and the price of the older generation drops further. And the cycle continues.

      This is true for every cellphone company I can think of

    • Nilzie
      June 12, 2017

      That’s literally one of the most delusional comments I read there. You think their business model will fail simply because they don’t update to an Android version (which the vast majority of consumers don’t care about.

      I’m done with you

    • Nilzie
      June 12, 2017

      … the reason they can make so good phones at such prices is BECAUSE of their TV streaming service subscription (among other things), so they can sell the phones at a loss or razor thin margains.

      Tell me one Leeco phone which is a bad deal. Hell on kimovil.com Leeco Le Pro 3 is rated no1 in user satisfaction, based on on surveys by more than 14000 responders

    • AbdulB1
      June 13, 2017

      Lol, even I like my LeEco Max 2. But there problem is that there is no Android 7 , there is no multi window so I can’t take advantage of this huge screen. Plus the battery is way too small and lack of Android 7 energy savings makes it more problematic.

  5. Sansa
    April 3, 2017

    So, it’s just a bigger Le max 2, bah move on folks, nothing exciting here.

  6. Sansa
    April 4, 2017

    So, it’s just a bigger Le max 2, bah move on folks, nothing exciting here.

  7. Jim McNevin
    June 7, 2017

    All LeEco phones look the same. There is no creativity at all. This phone is merely a Max 2 copy. Combined with EUI, there is no reason to upgrade.

    • Nilzie
      June 10, 2017

      But their phones kick ass

  8. Jim McNevin
    June 7, 2017

    All LeEco phones look the same. There is no creativity at all. This phone is merely a Max 2 copy. Combined with EUI, there is no reason to upgrade.

    • Nilzie
      June 10, 2017

      But their phones kick ass