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Saturday, 13 August 2016

Leeco Le S2, the first smartphone with 8 GB of RAM

At present there are few smartphones that have 6GB of RAM. In fact, among the manufacturers with more impact, we only OnePlus 3 and the Chinese version of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 . However, there are manufacturers who think in a smartphone with 8 GB of RAM. This is the case of Leeco, the Chinese manufacturer that went from the distribution of multimedia content to mobile devices manufacturing.

We are talking about the Leeco 2S, a terminal that reaches the incredible amount of 8 GB of RAM, an amount about 3 or 4 years ago was the amount of RAM a very powerful portatiil. It is true that OnePlus 3 has struggled with 6GB of RAM and maybe that was the reason for which Samsung has dared to launch the model with 6GB globally, leaving the terminal with that amount of RAM for the Chinese market, a market that is much guided by the numbers. For this reason, Leeco, a manufacturer from the same market has been launched by a smartphone with 8 GB of RAM.

We are facing a terminal that will not only be the first to be a smartphone with 8 GB but will also be the first to use the Snapdragon 821, the successor of which has been the processor star of the first half of 2016.


Snapdragon compared to 820, the Snapdragon 821 is the next generation of processors Qualcomm tractor speed processing with up to 10% faster. The rest of the features found in the Leeco Le 2S make it a very remarkable smartphone. It will be equipped with a Adreno 530 GPU capable of providing advanced graphics. Internal storage terminal will be 64 GB Leeco what will be a large-capacity terminal.

Notably, through filtered images on social network Weibo, it seems the Leeco Le 2S also own the two edges of the screen curved manner. Leeco will soon sell the American version of Le 2S in order to impress the mobile users worldwide and will do early next year.

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