LeEco Le 2S Pro rumoured to have an 8GB variant, use SD-821 chipset
LeEco is the newest firm in the market to go the way of other Chinese phone manufacturing companies and try to ply their trade in the United States, a region of the world where the most sales can be made and adequate, mouth-watering profits gotten. To do this, the management of the company really did play their cards well and established their first office in the much fabled Silicon Valley, a move that could not have been planned better.
After that, we are now hearing of a new LeEco smartphone coming in the nearest future and if the overall 158000- score that this smartphone recorded on AnTuTu is anything to go by, the market should really be expecting something bug.
The device with this great score, rumoured to be the LeEco Le 2S Pro would come in more than one variant according to what we have heard. The first one would make do with a QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 and use 4GB of RAM on top of that while the second would use the new and expected 821 chipsets from QUALCOMM and instead, pack a massive 8GB of RAM. It has already been confirmed by LeEco themselves that the device would be made of all metal and would be made to be as slick as can be.
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