LeEco Le Pro 3 AI Edition packing dual cameras and Helio X27 at 2399 Yuan ($350)


As Xiaomi confirms 19th April as the date for the unveiling of their flagship, the Mi6, LeEco has made their much awaited Le Pro 3 AI Edition, official. The name says a lot about a brand new feature that LeEco has added to their newest dual camera flagship.

Specifications

The Le Pro 3 AI Edition will be available in two variants, the high end variant(Eco) offering 64GB of internal storage at 2399 Yuan ($350) and the lower end variant(Standard) offering 32GB of internal storage at 1799 Yuan ($260). The standard edition is powered by the Helio X23 at 2.3 GHz whereas the Eco edition is powered by the Helio X27 at 2.6 GHz. Both the variants will run on 4GB of RAM, enough to tackle everyday tasks. The device runs EMUI 5.9 over Android Marshmallow.

The Pro 3 has the standard connectivity suite with Bluetooth 4.2, dual band WiFi and NFC. It also comes equipped with an infrared sensor, enabling the use of the device as a universal remote. It is powered by a beefy 4000 MAh battery. The display department doesn’t look bad either. The Pro 3 will have a 5.5 inch 1080p display with 403 ppi. The phone weighs around 168g.

Camera

The Pro 3 AI edition shines in the camera department with 13 MP dual cameras on the rear, with a dual LED flash. The cameras work in the RGB+monochrome format, which, combined with LeEco’s “LE IMAGE AI Engine”, will produce clear and sharp images even in low light conditions, as stated by LeEco. The front houses an 8MP 1.4um pixel f/2.2 camera with wide angle lens. The rear camera setup supports 4K Video at 30 fps and 720p slo mo at 120 fps.

The LeEco AI

LeEco has introduced their own assistant, called LeLe. LeLe provides some very interesting features, including voice commands even when the screen is off. It is integrated with all the LeEco apps along with a number of third party applications. Also, as the name suggests, much like many other assistants, LeLe learns over time according to the user’s tastes and choices.

The Pro 3 AI Edition goes on sale on the 14th of April. The Le Pro 3 AI Edition is available in gold, rose gold, and black.

 

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12 Comments

  1. Nicolas Marshall
    April 11, 2017

    Too outdated. I’m not buying until they unveil a phone with LeLeLe.

  2. Mike
    April 11, 2017

    I hope it looks better that the images I’ve seen so far. Appears to have nasty bezels, not sure what you UI is like as haven’t owned an Le

  3. ER
    April 11, 2017

    One Step Forward 2 Steps Backward, No 7.1 Nougat Update even with the Latest Flagship Model.

  4. Muhammad Yasir
    April 11, 2017

    x27 won’t sell for $350 :/

  5. 3Dkiller
    April 11, 2017

    no headphone jack lol… poor Leeco

  6. Nicolas Marshall
    April 11, 2017

    Too outdated. I’m not buying until they unveil a phone with LeLeLe.

  7. Mike
    April 11, 2017

    I hope it looks better that the images I’ve seen so far. Appears to have nasty bezels, not sure what you UI is like as haven’t owned an Le

  8. ER
    April 11, 2017

    One Step Forward 2 Steps Backward, No 7.1 Nougat Update even with the Latest Flagship Model.

  9. Guest
    April 11, 2017

    x27 won’t sell for $350 :/

  10. Guest
    April 11, 2017

    no headphone jack lol… poor Leeco

  11. Freak
    April 11, 2017

    Yes it’s a rather poor effort that won’t help their finances one bit.

    Outdated Mediatek Chip, Overpriced, and running Old Software…… What could possibly go wrong?

  12. Freak
    April 11, 2017

    Yes it’s a rather poor effort that won’t help their finances one bit.

    Outdated Mediatek Chip, Overpriced, and running Old Software…… What could possibly go wrong?