LeEco Lex850: New dual-cam smartphone appears on TENAA
Chinese media company LeEco who recently started selling phones and TVs in the US, may be in the process of preparing yet another phone for launch. Documents leaked from Chinese regulatory agency TENAA reveal a possible successor to this year's Le Max 2, a 5.7 inch phablet offering QHD resolution. Like the Le Max 2, the Lex 850, that recently appeared on TENAA has the same display size and resolution, packs a Snapdragon 821 processor running at the full 2.35 Ghz and offers 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of on board storage.
The picture showing the back of the phone reveals a dual-lens camera consisting of two 13 megapixel lenses. Like recent Vivo phones, the Lex850 might be a good match for selfie fans because LeEco decided to add a 16 megapixel camera to the front of the device. The metal case has enough space to host a 3,900 mAh battery. According to the leak, the Lex850 will still be running Android 6 with EUI on top. According to rumors LeEco has plans to launch this phone in November.