Hands-on images of the LeEco X920 leaked


Just a few weeks ago, a video featuring the LeEco X920 had leaked, and now, images showing a hands on of the X920 have surfaced. This comes after the launch of the Le Pro 3 AI Edition.

The X920 is supposedly a high end variant, but judging from its specs, it seems like a device that was supposed to be for 2016. It is powered by the Snapdragon 820 chipset coupled with 4GB RAM, 64GB internal memory. As seen in the video, it features a dual camera setup in the rear with a 22.5 megapixel sensor, and an 8 megapixel front camera with flash, dual SIM support,  3700mAh battery and a massive 6.3 inch , 2K display. It does not do justice to the flagship title as far as the specs go, with most flagships using the Snapdragon 835 chipset.

The device is also shown to run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow with LeEco’s EUI 5 on top. Considering its screen size, this device falls under the phablet category. But the battery does not seem sufficient for a device like this. It is not known as to how it will perform in the real world tests.

Do you think the Snapdragon 820 is the right choice in 2017? Let us know in the comments below.

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26 Comments

  1. MattD
    April 18, 2017

    Yup, I think sd820/821 is the right choice: it has more power than you’ll ever need, it has nice power management, and it probably is far cheaper than sd835 and surely more avaible than the latter due to samsung’s shenanigans… i would totally consider a device with sd820/821if it had a low price, a good camera and audio, and a big battery… better spend those extra money in the multimedia department rather than having the latest soc “just because”, considering you’ll never notice that extra power unless you run antutu

    • Assefa Hanson
      April 18, 2017

      Thank you, too much idiots wants the latest and greatest and are acting like apps got so much more demanding over the last year/months for more “power” and nobody is fighting for power efficiency which is more practical

      • Lazar Prodanovic
        April 18, 2017

        Well that “latest & greatest (S835)” should be much more power efficient (semi custom A73 core’s & 10nm FinFET). Regarding SoC manufacturer’s they will keep pushing MHz so it’s up to you to restrict it & gain power efficiency.

        • Assefa Hanson
          April 18, 2017

          And with the small batteries these flagships have the difference in efficiency is negligible to f more flagships had 4k mAh or 5k then users would see more worthwhile differences, and yet still I bet the 625/626 will run laps around the 835

          • Lazar Prodanovic
            April 18, 2017

            Thing ain’t that simple. Those are weak SoC’s & when you have more possibilities you can tune better. Both S82x & S62x are losers regarding overlay performance per Vat as they both lack opposite cores. I can tune a S652 to be as fast regarding CPU use as the S821, even faster with heavy SMP & I can tune it up to be more power efficient than S625 while retaining better performance.
            https://forum.xda-developers.com/mi-max/development/power-performance-kernel-tuning-tweaks-t3584897

            • Assefa Hanson
              April 18, 2017

              Of course it’s not that simple but you would think the efficiency would be this big between both seeing a flagship soc should be the latest and best chip set

            • Lazar Prodanovic
              April 18, 2017

              The A53 & A72~73 core’s are lot different & they both have their advantages and disadvantages regarding both performance & efficiency tasks & they both largely differ regarding type (integer or floating point) & SMP behaviour when using a same type (for instance VFP SMP4 on a A53 will perform about 35% faster while consuming less power than on the A72’s or one A72 is about 80% faster in integer tasks than A53 & integer tasks scale bad in SMP) which determines the best candidate for particular task. Through is you can’t explicitly direct them but thing you can do is ensure best possible operation conditions along with environment. Both S82x & S62x lack the other tipe of core’s so they aren’t really that good design regarding much things. What is the same regardless of core’s & don’t differ much with used lithography process are the base material properties in this case silicone & each & every manufacturer is pushing quartz oscillator rate (frequency) much above any sustainable limits. If you correct those along with harmonising it (as currently possible) you get power/performance optimisations & that’s how a combo SoC (S652) based on the old lithography (HPM 28nm planar) becomes faster & less power hungry than a true octa A53 one based on lithography (14nm FinFET) that spends roughly only half the power of older one.

            • Assefa Hanson
              April 18, 2017

              Point taken

    • April 18, 2017

      You got it right brother. My Cool 1 Dual is using SD 652 and still performing greatly. I want to upgrade but not to SD 835. I’m definitely going for 820/821 in my next phone.

    • Lazar Prodanovic
      April 18, 2017

      Hate to brake it up to you but S82x is very north from power/performance efficiency.

  2. Tremaine Underwood
    April 18, 2017

    I’m happy with the processor, I just really wish the battery was bigger. I am due to get my Leeco X829 soon with 6gb of ram and 128gb rom. Judging by the reviews, the battery life is crap and this phone has a bigger screen. EUI isn’t well optimized either

    • princetom
      April 18, 2017

      Battery life on x829 isn’t crap, if u fancy miui, try it, getting more than 6 hours sot here

      • Lazar Prodanovic
        April 18, 2017

        Lol MiUI & power usage optimization’s are even more far apart (not optimised frequency scaling & lack of any hot plug) thing all do you can’t really do much regarding S82x…

        • princetom
          April 20, 2017

          Same thing i hear all the times but i get more juice from my phone compared to some oda few OS i have used. Real world usage matters

          • Lazar Prodanovic
            April 20, 2017

            It maters also what that usage leaves as a experience. MiUI kills all backgrounds tasks with it’s memory optimisations which make it very limiting, same can be said for “MiUI optimisations” it’s also naturally performance diminishing even without app forced reputedly cold start taken in consideration but it can save battery (you can play with both under developer options & changing either will need a reboot to apply changes all do I don’t recommend you to turn entirely memory optimisations without phone which has 4GB of RAM) along with that it’s very heavy regarding UI & UX but smooth enough in usage all do all present animation (a lots of them) actually do make it look slow. Second part that is broken in MiUI (probably beyond repair) is a interaction with notifications API’s which really badly translates on the user experience (especially for those who heavy use social apps and chats) which unfortunately can not be corrected no matter what you do.
            Regarding power/performance optimisations for Xiaomi phones(‘s) applicable & to all other one’s with presented kernel infrastructure (regardless of OEM’s) let’s take it from a first hand especially regarding real usage;
            https://forum.xda-developers.com/mi-max/development/power-performance-kernel-tuning-tweaks-t3584897

            In short there are much better ways to get there and beyond that what MiUI can achieve.

      • Tremaine Underwood
        April 19, 2017

        Thanks I will definitely give it a try regardless of battery performance. I am keen to try MIUI on it.

  3. April 18, 2017

    Depending on the price, I totally will consider buying this. My only problem will be the battery performance. If it’s good, I’ll likely buy this. My Cool 1 Dual gives me an average of 7hrs SOT. Anything less won’t be too conducive for me.

    • princetom
      April 18, 2017

      7 sot? Should be higher

      • April 18, 2017

        Yes 7hrs SOT of moderate use. Emails, web browsing with chrome, 1hrs+ of Real Racing 3, Whatsapp, facebook, twitter, 1hr+ of remote desktop connection to my VPS, etc. I can very easily get more SOT if I don’t game.

    • Ibrahim Bahakim
      April 18, 2017

      How do you plan to compare it to other brands? I mean just saying 7 hours screen on time does not mean much.
      You could put the phone on airplane mode and just leave the screen on for 7 hours or maybe play intensive games for 7 hours lol

    • Lazar Prodanovic
      April 18, 2017

      Still very pore SOT considering everything, we menaged to pump it up to over 15h with Mi Max with costume tuning and same SoC.

  4. Cynaegeirus
    April 18, 2017

    Another phone that was supposed to enter the market last Christmas. Lets see the price…

  5. Partha Dutta
    April 18, 2017

    Le eco could have launched one set with helio x30 with a bigger battery, 2.5D glass, metal back, white/black front.

  6. Yeti hand
    April 18, 2017

    ….. Nope

  7. Zero
    April 18, 2017

    Now that Xiaomi did a mistake by puting an underpowering SD 625 on the Mi Max 2, this could be the best device for the size on the market.

  8. AbdulB1
    April 20, 2017

    LeEco is dead when it comes to the software. Still on Android 6 when the world is talking about Android o