With the RAM wars going on between the big and small companies alike, there is news of a device which is going to make you look twice at the specs sheet to believe that it is of a smartphone. LeTV LeMax 2 is the rumoured device which is apparently sporting a 6GB RAM yes you heard it right, with earlier this year Asus launching the Zenfone 2 with 4GB RAM making it similar to a low-end PC or Laptop.

LeTV has taken it to another level with a 6GB RAM which comprises of 4 x 1.5GB Samsung RAM modules. The LeMax 2 sports a 5.7-inch 2K display and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. One other major feature which is worth noticing is the inclusion of a 23-megapixel rear camera with Sony IMX300 sensor and the company boasts an autofocus speed of 0.1 second with aperture F/2.0 and 4K video recording at 24fps.

LeTV Le Max 2

LeTV which is an entertainment specialist is still a newbie in the smartphone arena but with specifications like this it surely is going to be one to look out for. The company has three devices with some decent specifications. We have recently seen that Samsung has been working a 6GB LPDDR3 RAM using the 20nm technology, and here is the first use of the new RAM which is said to be 30 times faster than the earlier variant.

To get the complete set of specifications of the new device by LeTV we have to wait for the official update from the company, with the processor and RAM along with the Sony IMX300 sensor, the specifications seem to be reliable. We are not exactly hundred percent sure about the specifications but would you be choosing a device running on a 6GB RAM and how efficient will the Snapdragon 820 processor be.

With OnePlus Two claiming to be the flagship killer of 2016 with a 4GB RAM and Snapdragon 810 processor, it is just matter of time that devices like this surface and push the OnePlus Two down the list.

 


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