The Chinese handset maker, LeEco is all set to launch the successor to its much successful Le1S budget smartphone. Notably, It has been in news for a while now and speculations regarding its specifications were through the roof. However, now the handset has turned up on the popular benchmarking website, GFXbench and most rumours regarding the device has been put to rest. The leaked benchmarking reveals that the handset would feature the latest hardware and features but nothing as dramatic as a whopping 8 GB of RAM and upcoming Snapdragon 821 processor. Lets admit it, for a device that would most certainly be placed around INR 10,000 mark, 8 GB RAM sounds too far fetched.
GFXbench leak reveal that the new handset would come powered by the latest Snapdragon processor and a more believable RAM of 4 GB. The processor is a Quad-core unit that has been clocked at an impressive 2.3 GHz. This seems to be genuine since Snapdragon 821 has not even arrived yet. It has also been revealed that the device would feature the same 5.5-inch display from its successor with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution. However, it receives a major upgrade in form of the 16 Megapixels primary snapper on the rear panel and 8 Megapixels on the front. This would allow the handset take on its arch rival, Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 in Indian handset market.