The LeEco X10 showed up on the benchmarking website GFXBench, sporting a quad camera setup and bearing the name 'LeTV LeEco X10'. The listing reveals that the device is powered by the Snapdragon 820 system-on-chip and up to 6GB of RAM. Its quad camera setup consists of two 13-megapixel cameras on the back and two 16-megapixel shooters on the front. The LeTV LeEco X10 apparently has a 5.5-inch display featuring a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels and is running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The device is codenamed "X85x" and seemingly comes in two versions, one with 4GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory and another one sporting 6GB of RAM with 64GB of storage. There's still no information on what kind of battery is powering the LeEco X10.
The rear cameras of the device can shoot photos in a resolution of 4128 by 3096 pixels and also support 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) video. The selfie cameras are capable of recording photos in a resolution of 4640 by 3480 pixels, while their video resolution is capped at 2320 by 1740 pixels. It remains to be seen what apps and software LeEco will provide for the X10. A quad camera might allow users to create 360-degree videos. The Chinese phone maker LeEco, formerly known as LeTV, recently launched its offerings in the U.S. The company was previously working on a device featuring a quad camera setup codenamed Le X850, which showed up on the website of the Chinese telecom authority TEENA. However, unlike that phone, the one that just appeared online features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 and a slightly bigger, 5.7-inch screen. With that said, it's possible that LeEco is planning to release two models sporting different hardware and price tags.
Chinese phone makers were among the first ones to adopt a dual camera setup seen in devices like the Huawei P9. Today, an increasing number of original equipment manufacturers is opting to equip their devices with this solution seeing how it allows them to improve on their previous cameras without shipping devices featuring unappealing camera bumps. While dual cameras have mostly been seen in flagship phones so far, it's possible that mid-range devices will soon start sporting this setup, as well.