LeEco Le 2s will have 8GB RAM, Snapdragon 821, rumors say
Back in June, there were rumors of Chinese giant LeEco working a massive new flagship smartphone, which would be the successor to its budget smartphone Le 2. The Chinese smartphone maker LeEco had released its Le 2 Android smartphone back in April.
If a new rumor and the leaked images are to be believed, the new device is called Le 2s and will come with 8GB RAM on-board and powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 821 processor. If true, the device will be the first ever smartphone in the world to have that RAM size, according to GSMArena. The handset is also speculated to feature 64GB of on-board storage and a 5.5-inch QHD display. Similar to the Le 2-series, the Le 2s is also expected drop support for 3.5mm audio port, and come with USB Type-C port with CDLA technology instead. However, it is not yet clear that LeEco will offer a microSD card slot or not.
While other details about the smartphone are scarce at the moment, it is likely that the company is expected to launch the Le 2s in China in the first week of September 2016.