After launching the first Snapdragon 820-powered smartphone a few months back, LeEco (formerly known as LeTV) has been busy working on its next top of the line device. We've seen this leaking quite a few times, either in images, official certifications, or benchmarks.
The handset could be called Le 2, Le 2 Pro, or even Le Max 2, the exact moniker unfortunately hasn't been conclusively leaked. And now it turns out that the Le 2 (let's call it that) will come in no less than three hardware versions.
One will sport 3GB of RAM, another will come with 4GB of memory, but the highest-end of them all will get a whopping 6GB of RAM. It's this model that has now been spotted in the GFXBench database, after someone performed a benchmark run on it.
The phone also has a 5.5-inch QHD touchscreen, a 21 MP rear camera (with 4K video capture), an 8 MP front-facing snapper (which can record QHD video), and 64GB of storage. It's powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chipset, as you'd expect given the other specs here. The new LeEco smartphone runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
It's still unclear when LeEco will make this device official, but hopefully that's going to happen soon.
phone maker companies are so busy to increase the camera megapixels ....but forgot to put a optical image stabilization on their camera / video.....which is slightly unfair with the camera division....
the title is really misleading me since there is no fact in there about the ram or maybe i am wrong