LeEco Le 2 Clears TENAA - 5.5 FullHD Display, 10-core CPU, Android 6.0

By 06:32 Sun, 01 Aug 2021 Comments

The LeEco Le 2 has been certified by Chinese telecom regulator TENAA, and we're being treated to a detailed list of specs as well as the usual mug shots.

Photos first, the smartphone looks nothing like the one in a leak we had a month ago. Okay, the front may be similar, but the back is entirely different, and a lot more consistent with the Le Max Pro we saw a couple of months ago.

Setting design aside, the LeEco Le 2 (which carries the parent company LeTV branding) comes with a 5.5-inch FullHD display. The chipset inside appears to be the Helio X20 - core count field says 10, and the 2.3Giga Hertz (GHz) frequency rules the X25 out (clocked higher at 2.5GHz), so the latter could be exclusive to Meizu after all. Random-Access Memory (RAM) is 3GB, storage is 32GB and the card slot field is left blank.

The upcoming device has a 16MP primary camera, which doesn't shoot 2160p video - another discrepancy with that GFXBench listing, that put a Helio X25 in the Le 2. The front shooter is an 8MP unit.

The smartphone measures 151.1 x 74.1 x 7.7mm and weighs 153g. There's a 3,000mAh battery inside, and that by the way is a welcome recent addition to TENAA's listings.

We're yet to hear about official announcement, but with the regulatory hurdle cleared, that shouldn't hold long.

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