LeEco Le 2 Leaks Yet Again; Metal Body & 4GB Of RAM Rumored


LeEco, formerly known as Letv, has been quite active in the last couple of months. The company has introduced the world's first Snapdragon 820-powered handset during CES (Consumer Electronics Show) back in January, and not long after that they've changed their name from Letv to LeEco. The company has also introduced the Le 1S and Le Max handsets in India not long after that, and we've seen quite a few leaks of the LeEco Le 2 thus far.

The LeEco Le 2 has popped up in several real life images a couple of days ago, and now we get to take a look at yet another batch of Le 2 images. Interesting enough, we're looking at the same device as the other day, but this time around the Letv branding is gone, this handset actually sports LeEco logo on the bottom of its back side. The overall design of the phone is basically identical to the one we've seen the other day. As you can see, the fingerprint scanner is placed on the back of this phone, and its rear-facing camera does protrude a little bit. The LED flash is placed next to the rear-facing camera, and both its power / lock and volume rocker keys are located on the right-hand side of this smartphone. The phone will be made out of metal, at least according to these images, and the Type-C USB port will also be a part of this package, as you can see in one of the images down below.


The LeEco Le 2 is rumored to sport a 5.7-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The device will be fueled either by the Snapdragon 820 or Helio X20 SoC, and fast charging will also be a part of this package. The 21-megapixel snapper has been mentioned in previous leaks, and so was the 4-megapixel (2um pixel size) front-facing shooter. Keep in mind that these are only leaked specs, nothing has been confirmed thus far, but you can expect to see additional leaks pop up in the coming weeks. The Le 2 is expected to arrive next month, if LeEco intends to stick to their release cycle. Either way, stay tuned, we'll report back soon.

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