New rumours puts the launch date of the LeEco Le X850 at April 7
It has been a common occurrence that when a device gets certified by TENAA, we get to see it in the market in a matter of days or at most, a few weeks. Well, the LeEco Le X850 took an exception to that standard and having been certified since November of last year, we have been patiently waiting for it to launch.
However, this might not be the same news in a matter of days to come as a new rumour which comes out of China is asking us to look forward to April 11 as the official launch date of this unit.
According to the rumour, you would be able to buy the unit in colours of black, white, gold or grey if you happen to be in the region.
The Le X850 bears some semblance to the Le Pro 3 model but coming at this time, could be the perfect successor for the former unit – at least, until another one of its family launches. We have seen that the upcoming Le X850 is expected to carry a 5.7 inch QHD touchscreen, under which there is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset paired to 4GB/ 6GB RAM options.
Internal storage configurations include 32GB, 64GB and 128GB, all on top of 4000mAh battery.
Lest we forget, this phone sports a dual 13MP camera setup on the back, and a more than modest 16MP sensor on the front.
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