Chinese phone maker LeEco just released its Le 2 Android smartphone back in April, but now the company is reportedly already working on its successor called the Le 2s. Earlier today, a couple of photos for the LeEco Le 2s surfaced on a Chinese website that show the front of the device. Based on the leaked images, the handset looks pretty much like the original Le 2 with its white paint job on its top bezel.
However, the lower part of the Le 2s is not shown, so there is no way of telling if this is just going to look exactly like its predecessor but with slimmer bezels on the sides. Rumors have indicated that the device is more of an upgraded version of the original Le 2, which could mean that the difference will mostly be in its internal components.
It has been reported that the LeEco Le 2s will come with 8GB of RAM. If true, the device will be the first ever smartphone in the world to have that RAM size, according to GSMArena. This also means that the upcoming handset will beat the OnePlus 3 and LeEco's own Le 2 Max which both boast 6GB of RAM.
As for other specifications, the 8GB RAM will be accompanied by a Snapdragon 821 chipset, the latest system-on-chip processor from Qualcomm. The handset is also expected to come with 64GB of internal storage and a 5.5-inch display. The screen resolution of the 5.5-inch display has not been leaked yet, but based on its other components the display could have a 1440p quad-HD screen resolution.
Lastly, the LeEco Le 2s is believed to come with a single camera setup on its back. This may disappoint some users, but they could simply wait for the LeEco Cool1 instead if they truly want dual-lens cameras on their smartphones. The LeEco Le 2s doesn’t have a release date yet, but it is currently being speculated that LeEco will officially unveil the device either on Sept. 7 or Sept. 9, according to Android Headlines.