Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that you wanted to buy this year isn’t going to be available in outside of China. Samsung rationalized its choice to make a 6GB version by saying that it wants to compete better against local brands that keep pushing the envelope when it comes to RAM.
Along with,Chinese company LeEco may unveil the successor to the Le 2 soon. A new leak via Chinese tipsters claims that LeEco is gearing to launch the Le 2s with upgraded innards including the next high-end Qualcomm chipset, the Snapdragon 821. Another highlight of the Le 2s is said to be the massive 8GB of RAM on board.
It’s said to be unveiled untimely next month, while there is no word so far from the company. Some of the other guts tipped include a 5.5-inch display with 2.5D curved glass and 64GB inbuilt storage. Unfortunately, there are no more details available for the alleged LeEco Le 2s.
In that Pair of blurry images also leaked claimed to be of the Le 2s but they only give an idea of the front panel. The handset can be expected to retain the design language seen on the Le 2.
In June,LeEco launched its second generation smartphone Le 2 and Le Max 2 in India.The Le 2 was priced at Rs.11,999, at the same time as the Le Max2 was priced ar Rs.22,999 for the 4GB of Ram/32Gb memory option,and Rs.29,999 for 6Gb Ram/64Gm memory option.