LeEco (formerly known as LeTV) is a Chinese smartphone brand that has unveiled the world’s first Snapdragon 820 powered smartphone Le Max Pro at the CES 2016 held in early January this year. Ever two months after the announcement, the device isn’t available for sale. Now there are fresh rumors about two new devices called LeEco Le 2 and Le 2 Pro, which will be the successor for Le 1 and Le 1 Pro that are launched in April 2015 along with the 6-inch phablet Le Max.
The leaked image of the Le 2 Pro package box reveals some high-end specifications and there are few live images of the device posted Weibo suggesting a premium metal body. According to the leaked image, the Le 2 Pro comes with a 5.7-inch display with Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution. It is powered by the same 64-bit Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor that is packed with the Le Max Pro.
It has 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage and we don’t expect a MicroSD card as the brand never offered the expansion slot on their previous smartphones. The device features a 21MP rear camera along with dual tone LED flash and an 8MP camera on the front for selfies. It is backed by a 3,100mA battery and comes with USB Type-C port that may offer Quick Charge. The device supports dual SIM dual standby and offers 4G LTE along with other basic connectivity options.
The Le 2 Pro comes with circle shaped fingerprint sensor placed on the rear. Coming to the Le 2, it said to come with almost same specification but instead of the Snapdragon 820, the device will be powered by Helio X20 deca-core processor. It also comes with a fingerprint sensor placed on the rear but in a square shape. The LeEco Le 2 is rumored to be priced at 1699 Yuan while the Le 2 Pro costs 1999Yuan which is same as 3GB variant of Xiaomi Mi 5. Since none of the above mentioned details are official, take them with a pinch of salt until there is a credible source backing them.