We had previously reported that LeEco could be planning to release a new smartphone in September around IFA Berlin. While we are not yet 100% sure what to expect at the event, it’s being said that the company could announce the upgraded Le 2S on September 9. Considering that last year in October, LeEco had unveiled the Le 1S, it’s quite possible that we are going to see the Le 2S in September.
Now, a couple of renders from different sources have made it to the internet, claiming to reveal the design of the Le 2S. Both the front as well as the back have been revealed. The first image comes from Weibo and reveals that the phone will feature super thin bezels. Looks like the company is going to continue the Borderless ID design on the new device as well, possibly an upgraded version.
The second image comes via XDA and reveals that the Le 2S will be using a loop antenna design, similar to Meizu Pro 6. Just yesterday, we had reported that a similar design is going to be used on the Vernee Mars smartphone, so it looks like this design is finally catching on. The body, as expected, is made out of metal and we can see that there will be a gold color variant.
As for the specs, there are rumors that the phone will feature the Snapdragon 821 chip with 8GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. However, given that Le 2S should be a part of the company’s affordable mid-range lineup, it remains to be seen whether we will see such high-end specs on the upcoming LeEco device.