LeTV Le2 Pro specifications include 5.7-inch 2K display and Snapdragon 820


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An image showing the specifications of the upcoming flagship LeTV Le 2 Pro has been leaked revealing key hardware parameters of the new phone.

The image appears to have been taken of the rear of the LeTV Le 2 Pro’s packaging and lists some of the main selling points of the upcoming flagship model.

Listed in the specifications are a Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4GB RAM, a 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 display, 21 mega-pixel main camera and a USB Type C. The specs also confirm an 8 mega-pixel front camera, and a 3100mAh battery.

That battery size is a a little disconcerting though, it seems a little on the small side for a SD820, 2K flagship phone, but we will only know for sure once the phone hits the market.

What do you make of these specifications?

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25 Comments

  1. Mi-fan
    March 10, 2016

    They need to improve their EUI, its the worst Android implementation I have ever seen, full of bugs, random reboots and it doesnt like play services. Unlike MIUI CN ROM, The EUI only contains bloat

    • 3llawi
      March 10, 2016

      Do u have a LEeco phone?

      • Mi-fan
        March 10, 2016

        Yes I have the LEtv one, but i am selling it. I cant stand the OS anymore

        • Frozzem
          March 10, 2016

          hey mate i have a One Pro and i dont really have any bugs like you (might be the model?), i highly recommend custom roms (you can find some on letv.re). I use a debloated EUI rom and it works great (thus i also hate the fact it looks and feels similar to Apples IOS)

    • balcobomber25
      March 10, 2016

      I can think of plenty of Android UI’s that are much worse than this one. Starting with Samsung TouchWiz.

  2. Assefa Hanson
    March 10, 2016

    …. 2k display my enemy

    • realjjj
      March 10, 2016

      The increase in power consumption is actually not that big,if any – just because a display is 1080p it doesn’t mean that some 1440p displays won’t have lower power consumption. In any case the difference can be up to 200mW and that’s not that much. If you care that much you should avoid OLED too as it still uses more power than LCD.

      • Assefa Hanson
        March 10, 2016

        i also like to play games and i would like my frames to be more stable, PLUS the difference in image quality is far too little for me to justify the extra MONEY these oems want me to pay, yeah your right that some 1440 will have lower consumption than some 1080 BUT the best/top quality 1080 will NEVER consume more power than the best 1440 try to go around it all you want

        i always preferred lcd btw, they are generally brighter,more color accurate,has more longevity(no burn ins) and very efficient with showing whites.. which is nice since i read ALOT and the whites dont have weird hues like most amoleds, i did not know OLED take more power please explain

  3. justyfier
    March 10, 2016

    that battery!! why

  4. March 10, 2016

    Sorry, LeTV or LeEco?

  5. realjjj
    March 10, 2016

    The battery is in line with others. They might have more compact devices than most and that leaves them with less room for the battery.
    Android N should be a big step forward for battery life as Doze gets expanded.

    • Frozzem
      March 10, 2016

      i somewhat agree with you, but the thing is letv phones from the first gen are quite thick compared to other flagships for example my letv 1 Pro has a 3000mah battery @ 9mm thickness, this years xiaomi mi5 has 3600mah @ 7.2~mm thickness and the mi5 is smaller, so basiclly they´re in line with others but also behind some others (xiaomi in this case)

      • realjjj
        March 10, 2016

        Last year’s model was curved so the thickness is misleading.
        LG , Samsung do have smaller batteries, Vivo is at 3600mAh. The MI5 has 3000mAh not 3600mAh and they fit that one because they go with big upper and lower bezels.

  6. 3llawi
    March 10, 2016

    Why sd820?

    I want Helio x20 :'(

    • Guaire
      March 10, 2016

      X20 neither supports LPDDR4 RAM nor UFS fast storage. Due inferior 20nm planar manufacturing process its power consumption probably won’t be good as 14/16nm FinFET chips. On the GPU front most likely it will be way behind than SD820 considering Kirin 950.

      But it gonna be considerably cheaper, probably closer to the SD650/652 rather than the SD820.

      LeEco prepping another phone codenamed X620 with Helio X20, probably it will be unveiled as Le 2.

      • 3llawi
        March 12, 2016

        Helio x20 have Clear Motion it’s great for Movie

    • realjjj
      March 10, 2016

      They have a device with x20 too. The codename for this one is x820 but there is a x620 with Helio X20. Qiku has devices with both too and Meizu likely something with X20. Some could launch this month.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        March 10, 2016

        thanks for the breath of some REALLY fresh year !

      • 3llawi
        March 12, 2016

        Helio x20 Perfect for Media and watching Movie

    • Karly Johnston
      March 10, 2016

      According to the graphics score, you want 820.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        March 10, 2016

        meh

  7. Roberto Tomás
    March 10, 2016

    image shows 4g will be chinese-only again :S

  8. Muhammad Yasir
    March 10, 2016

    gonna cost a premium :/

  9. JudikJ7
    March 10, 2016

    I just hope that it will be as compact as the Note 5 or S6 Edge +. Then it might be my first choice over the Mi5

  10. Derevko
    March 11, 2016

    I’ve learned that Leeco/LeTV is expensive, and they announce products that are never available (Le Max Pro???). Just start selling Le Max Pro before announcing another model. And here we go again with another over-5.5″ phone, and a battery that is just “OK”. Nothing exciting.