Yesterday we reported that a LeEco smartphone with dual cameras was seen online. The phone called the Le 2S Dual sports Mediatek’s Helio X25 processor and two 13MP sensors on the rear. Today, more pictures of the phone have been posted on Weibo by a user who goes the name of 搞机王腾霄 (Wang Tengxiao Engage Machine).
The Le 2S Dual in the pictures has a champagne gold coating with the unusual design of the dual camera setup standing out in a not so attractive way. Below the camera setup sits LeEco’s signature mirror fingerprint scanner. Up front, the first thing that hits you is the annoying black band around the screen (we hope Chinese manufacturers remove it from their phones this year). The top bezel has the sensor, speaker, and the 12MP front camera setup in the usual arrangement employed by LeEco.
While the images don’t show the top and bottom of the phone, the Le 2S Dual likely doesn’t have an audio jack. So you are left with the USB Type-C port as the only port on the phone.
The Le 2S Dual comes in a white box and comes bundled with a travel adapter and USB Type-C cable. Since the phone was not released commercially for sale and you can only purchase it from the re-seller, it might be hard getting a case for it. Asides that, ¥999 ($144) is a great price for a dual-camera phone with a Helio X25 processor.