LeEco's monster Le Pro 3 checks through AnTuTu with a score of 163,546

LeEco's monster Le Pro 3 checks through AnTuTu with a score of 163,546
Chinese manufacturer LeEco is apparently looking to court the Stateside market this year, and an ultra-powerful flagship — the likes of which could score over 150,0000 on AnTuTu — wouldn't be the worst way to make a big splash. Today, a new AnTuTu screenshot appears to offer more flavor of things to come, with an unreleased LeEco device having seemingly managed a score of 163,546.

This particular handset is said to be called the LeEco Le Pro 3, which slightly differs from the purported Le Pro 2S referenced previously. Both seem similarly equipped — Qualcomm's Snapdragon 821 system-on-chip is set to be deployed — so we're going to assume that Le Pro 2S and this new Le Pro 3 are either the same, or slight variations of the same device. 

There is, of course, no way to verify the legitimacy of the AnTuTu screenshot, which has surfaced through Chinese microblogging service Weibo. The accompanying notes mention 6 GB of RAM, where the it has been said that LeEco could opt for a whopping 8 gigs of the stuff. It's hard to argue the case for so much RAM in a smartphone, and many will deem such vast quantities to be overkill. Nevertheless, if these AnTuTu benchmarks haven't been tampered with, the LeEco Le Pro 2S/3 will be difficult to ignore. 

As you'll see, the device is expected to bundle 64 GB of on-board storage, while a 16-megapixel main shooter is set to accompany an 8-megapixel snapper to the front. 

LeEco is expected to take the wraps off the device at some point next month, though it's unknown how much it will cost, or precisely which markets it will hit. Still, with September fast approaching, we probably won't have to wait long to discover the details of this mysterious beast.


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source: Weibo via GizmoChina

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28 Comments

1. poptart574

Posts: 223; Member since: Feb 29, 2016

The problem with LeEco is that the software leaves a lot to be desired. The build quality of their phones is great. The camera, battery life and buggy OS is not. Owned a phone of theirs and gave it up after a month of use.

4. Bm888

Posts: 517; Member since: Jul 06, 2015

always glad to see upcoming Chinese Oems.. giving value for money to prove to the big brands loyalist how we get conned in broad daylight ..recently bought a Chinese phone Tecno-C9... and I can't believe that with 2gigs if ram the phone is super flows ..well optimized with just 3000mah which lasts two days and with software features you would wish bigger Oems to implement as basics.. and still and iris scanner for just 100 bucks... there's alot left desired with the bigger Oems...

7. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

I too have a Tecno W3. It has 1GB RAM and Android 6.0, no lag at all!

14. zunaidahmed

Posts: 1185; Member since: Dec 24, 2011

That's a f**king lie, lol, my tab pro with 2GB has shutter here and there on marshmallow (CyanogenMod), even the Nexus 5 of mine has some shutter, not that it affects the experience too much, but there is lag, to say 1GB ram with no lag is just like ifans saying iOS 9 does not lag on iphone4s at all, that's a lie too, lol

19. Deelron

Posts: 22; Member since: Aug 22, 2016

Giving value for money now, however given how the company is funded (the known public parts anyway) I'm far less excited, it doesn't do much good for a company to give "good value" now if 10 years from now there's no competitors left because they can't compete with places that can make absorb near endless losses.

2. raywonder

Posts: 30; Member since: Apr 11, 2016

Intriguing specs. I wonder what the price point will be? As well as screen size. $499?

3. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

most likely around $300...(LeEco is extra cheap) LeEco Max2 with 5,7inch 2k screen, and SD820 is $264 at gearbest

5. CreeDiddy

Posts: 2272; Member since: Nov 04, 2011

No support. No thank you. A9 = 133k on Antutu A9X = 184k on Antutu A10 = ???? 184k or higher

6. sarcastic_nerd unregistered

I don't think the A10 will go as high as the A9x. It happened last year with A9 but that was exceptional chip. I expect modest gains this year. P.S. I don't think Antutu is cross-platform to compare results like Geekbench or GFXBench. My laptop gets around 600k, but that doesn't mean I can compare it to a mobile chipset on another OS, since in most of the tests like GPU, my laptop was fighting against the 60 fps cap the entire time.

8. Arch_Fiend

Posts: 3951; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

I also think the A10 won't beat the A9X but do you think it will beat the SD821?

9. UglyFrank

Posts: 2194; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

It probably will

11. techlover2017

Posts: 65; Member since: Aug 22, 2016

When it comes to performance Apple is best.

12. Arch_Fiend

Posts: 3951; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

When it comes to performance that answer isn't quite right, It is better to say iOS is best, sure Apple created iOS but saying it the way you did implies that Apple uses the best cpu, gpu, memory....etc but that isn't exactly true.

15. zunaidahmed

Posts: 1185; Member since: Dec 24, 2011

I would say it will match it, or beat it very slightly. According to the last few a series chipsets, the iPhone version of the chip is usually slightly better than the last year's Ax chip, so I would assume it is same for this year. Oh yeah, there is a rumor A10 is build on 10nm process, if it is true, then a10 seriously might kick a9x's ass.

17. Arch_Fiend

Posts: 3951; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

The problem is, the A9X's GPU is a monster and has 345 GFlops but it is only that powerfull because the Tablets that use it have almost QHD(pro9.7in) and beyond QHD(ipad pro) displays. I think the answer to our question is linked to the 2016 iPhone's resolution, if the rumor that the 4.7in will have FHD and the Plus will have QHD then the A10 may very well have a reason to carry a more powerful GPU than the A9X uses, if that happens then yes the A10 will slightly or even more so beat the A9X.

20. vincelongman

Posts: 5746; Member since: Feb 10, 2013

The A10 should easily beat the 821 The 821 is just a minor improvement on the 6+ month old 820 As for A10 vs A9X For the A9, there will be 16FF -> 16FF+ No die shrink, but FO should help This year shouldnt be a big microarchtecture change, like A6->A7 or A8->A9 It should be a smaller change, like A7->A8 So I dont think it will beat or match it the A9X But it will still comfortably be the best SoC until the 830 or next Exynos

22. Arch_Fiend

Posts: 3951; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

I was thinking the same thing, if Apple keeps their usually screen resolutions then the A10 want be all that impressive from the A9. A7 to A8 was just awful, basically had the same GPUs since the GFlops were identical.

23. vincelongman

Posts: 5746; Member since: Feb 10, 2013

A7->A8 True, it had no increase in clusters, microarch or clocks and GFlops, hence the small improvement A8-> A9 Had an increase from 4 to 6 clusters and Series6XT to Series7XT, hence the big improvement A9->A10 Likely Series7XT to Series7XT Plus, which is a smaller improvement, mainly in compute No die shrink, but there is the updated 16FF+ process and FO Hard to predict if Apple will use 6 or 8 clusters IMO they will stick with 6 clusters and save 8 clusters for 10nm So it won't match the A9X, but it will be better than A7->A8

25. AmashAziz

Posts: 2934; Member since: Jun 30, 2014

U mean to use this sign (A8A9) means that A8 is more powerful than A9. And yes, apple is expected to use atleast 6 cores (not clusters) in their 7xt plus gpu. However, 8 cores are needed at minimum to provide a marginal gain in performance.

27. vincelongman

Posts: 5746; Member since: Feb 10, 2013

-> Its supposed to be an arrow PA supports symbols, e.g. I see A8A9 for your comment Imagination calls them cluster e.g. "GT7200 Plus is a dual-cluster configuration" "GT7400 Plus is a quad-cluster"https://imgtec.com/blog/powervr-series7xt-plus-gpus-advanced-graphics-computer-vision/ I also prefer the term clusters as well because otherwise people think too much of CPU cores And say stuff like "moar cores", which is really stupid to say whening talkng about GPUs

21. sarcastic_nerd unregistered

Pretty comfortably, yes.

24. AmashAziz

Posts: 2934; Member since: Jun 30, 2014

Personally, I am not so worried about the performance of iphone 7/7 plus. Its becoz there isn't any device currently known to beat even the 6s in overall speed and fluidity. So obviously, even if the A10 doesn't beat the Sd 830 in antutu or geekbench, it will be more than enough even for a power user and would surely be either on par with sd 830 phones, or slightly better. And I don't expect the A10 to cross the level of the A9x in the larger iPad pro. But to remain as powerful as that beast. And this kind of power is just incredible.

26. AmashAziz

Posts: 2934; Member since: Jun 30, 2014

Wrong, it didn't happen with just A9. For the past years, every A series chip has defeated the prior generation Ax series chip. If that doesn't happen with A10, it would actually be the exceptional one, not A9.

28. sarcastic_nerd unregistered

Either way, it's not happening. This year is neither a die shrink neither architecture change.

10. UglyFrank

Posts: 2194; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

There's no die shrink this year but they will still some gains from LPP and maybe a new architecture

13. T-Dizzle

Posts: 158; Member since: Jul 21, 2015

I hear Le Eco is working really hard on their software prior to a US release. I'm interested to see what they bring.

16. Kevinwoo

Posts: 21; Member since: Aug 12, 2016

I have the le max 2(32GB version) compared to the competition it has a worse camera and buggy os which tries to look like iOS. Typical Chinese ui. Idk about the battery life compared to others with the same battery capacity. But I'll never buy a Leeco smartphone again

18. Carl3000

Posts: 240; Member since: Oct 11, 2014

People still care about Benchmarks?

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