LeEco Le 2 passes through TENAA; powered with a Deca-Core CPU
After launching their successive mid-ranger LeEco Le 1s, LeTV is being prepared to launch its successor device named LeEco Le 2 (aka LeTV Le 2). The LeEco Le 2 is now getting certified from the Chinese regulatory certification authority TENAA, with specs described, code named as Le X621.
According to the TENAA Listings, LeEco Le 2 smartphone features a 5.5 inch Full HD Display. The device powered with a 2.3GHz Deca-Core processor, which appears to be MediaTek’s latest Chipset Helio X25, but clocked at 2.5GHz later. Internal processes are maintained by a 3GB of RAM and 32GB Internal Storage space, with an expansion slot. It will sport with a 16MP primary snapper, but doesn’t support 4K video recording. An 8MP Camera module features the front facing camera unit.
LeEco follows Metal unibody design in the making of LeEco Le 2, with bottom-top lines on rear panel. The fingerprint scanner module is mounted just below the rear facing camera. Interestingly, the bezel on front panel display section is less, compared to other mid-rangers.
The LeEco Le 2 is made with the dimensions of 151.1×74.1×7.7 mm, weighs at 153g. A battery pack juiced up with 3,000mAh powers up the device. The device is listed as to be run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow on the board, topped with Eco UI. The device would be available at three colors of – Gold, Silver and Gray. We can expect LeEco/LeTV will not delay the official announcement for the next mid-ranger.