LeEco executives have confirmed that the Le 2 flagship is coming very soon. While we are not entirely sure that the launch will be within this month, one of the versions of the Le 2 smartphone has just passed through the network certification website TENAA. Now that the phone has been network certified, we can be sure that the launch is around the corner.
Like always, thanks to the listing, we have a bunch of the specs of the Le 2 as well as the design. Well, to be honest, we are a bit surprised to see that the new model looks a lot like the SD820 powered Le Max 2 flagship that was launched three months back. The phone continues with the all metal design, again a surprise, given that earlier rumors stated that the company would opt for a different material. But this could be the lower-end model and the top-end variant may feature a different material (like the Xiaomi Mi 5 Pro which comes with a ceramic body).
Moving on, the phone features a fingerprint sensor at the back as well as a camera sensor with dual tone flash. What’s interesting is that it carries the LeTV branding and not the new LeEco logo. But we can expect the new logo to end up in the final units.
As for the specs, the Le 2 smartphone will come with a deca-core Helio X20 processor with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. At the back, the phone will feature a 16MP rear camera while up front, you will find an 8MP shooter. There will be a 5.5-inch 1080p display on board as well as an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. Finally, the phone runs on Android 6.0 with EUI on top and features a 3000mAh battery inside its 7.7mm thin body.
So that’s all we know about the Le 2. There should be another version with SD820 or Snapdragon 652 chip on board, but we will have to wait and see if those rumors turn out to be true. [source]