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LeEco X650 Antutu Benchmark As High As 104488 Points!

Wondering what comes the new LeEco phone? Now antutu reveals the LeEco X650 benchmarks and other specifications. Check details by going through the post!

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Yes, that’s true! You read it right. The LeEco X650 managed to score as high as 104,488 points on Antutu which is absolutely impressive.

LeEco X650 Antutu Benchmarks
LeEco X650 Antutu Benchmarks

The LeEco X650 has been having some leaks over the last few months and it seems its launch may be near. One thing is for sure. There has been a lot of rumors about what LeEco is going to launch next. And if you were thinking that the LeEco X650 was, in fact, the LeEco Le 3, you now know that’s not true after this last one has launched earlier in March. The fact is that we had some doubts right from the beginning but after seeing the Antutu benchmark, we were pretty sure we weren’t talking about the same model. After all, the LeEco Le 3 comes with Snapdragon 820 and 4GB RAM, and according to the Antutu, the LeEco X650 will come with the powerful MediaTek Helio X27 processor. The Mediatek Helio X27 is a  deca-cores tri-cluster processors made up of 2 pcs  A72 with 2.6 GHz frequencies  and 4 pcs of  A53 with 2.0 GHz and another 4 pcs of A53. Graphics are handled by an ARM Mali-T880 MP4.

LeEco X650 looks
LeEco X650 looks

But this is not all we got from the Antutu benchmark. We were able to discover that the LeEco X650 will have, at least, 3GB or 4GB of RAM and it should have two different versions available: the 32GB and the 64GB.

The LeEco X650 should have a 3,900mAh battery and should come with the Android 7.1.2 Nougat pre-installed, which is something new for LeEco.

In what concerns with the camera, we believe it will come with an 8-megapixel camera on the front and with double 13-megapixel cameras on the back. You can also expect that the LeEco X650 comes with a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 display.

Please notice that almost all this information (excluding the information the company needed to provide to do the Antutu benchmark) is al provided by the different rumors we have been listening and reading. However, we are almost certain that they are right, looking at the brands behavior in the last years.

We have also heard some rumors pointing to the use of their own personal assistant.

So, we guess we will just have to wait and see to look at what the LeEco X650 is going to offer us. However, one thing is for sure. We will be able to count with an amazing product just by looking at the Antutu benchmarks.