LeTV S1, S1 Pro and Max Complete Specifications Tables

LeTV S1, S1 Pro and Max Complete Specifications Tables

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I’m sure you are all very aware that LeTV have released a trio of high-end Android phones today, we briefly went over the main details here, but now we have compiled full specifications for you to look over.

LeTV have made a huge song and dance about them entering the highly competitive phone market. The company, known for online video streaming, have some fierce competition to take on, but we feel that specs, design and pricing of the LeTV range make them a compelling buy.

Three phones were announced today with all but the 6-inch LeTV Max getting a confirmed retail price. Below we have collected all available details of the 3 devices for you to take a look at in your own time.

LeTV S1 (super phone)LeTV S1 ProLeTV Max
Screen Size5.5-inch
Sharp
5.5-inch
Sharp
6.33-inch
ResolutionFHD
1920 x 1080
403ppi
2K
2560 x 1440
538ppi
2K
2560 x 1440
464ppi
ProcessorMediatek
Helio X10 processor
64bit
Qualcomm
Snapdragon 810
64bit
Qualcomm
Snapdragon 810
64bit
RAM3GB
LPDDR3
4GB
LPDDR4
4GB
Memory16/32/64GB
eMMC5.0
32/64GB
eMMC5.0
64/128GB
eMMC5.0
Rear Camera13 mega-pixel
Sony IMX214
F2.0 Aperture
OIS
13 mega-pixel
Sony IMX214
F2.0 Aperture
OIS
21 mega-pixel
Sony IMX230F2.0 Aperture
OIS
Front Camera5 mega-pixel
90 degree
4MP Ultrapixel
81.6 degree
F2.0 Aperture
4MP Ultrapixel
81.6 degree
F2.0 Aperture
Network SupportSee table BelowSee table BelowSee table Below
Dual SIMYesYesYes
Battery3000mAh3000mAh3400mAh
AndroidAndroid 5.0
LeUI ROM
Android 5.0
LeUI ROM
Android 5.0
LeUI ROM
OtherWIFI: 2.4G / 5G dual-band, 802.11ac / a / b / g / n
Bluetooth 4.0
IR Remote
USB2.0, Type C
MHL 2.0
Le Hi-Fi Audio
2.4G / 5G dual-band, 802.11ac / a / b / g / n
Bluetooth 4.1
IR Remote
USB3.0, Type C
MHL 3.0
HDMI 4K video support
Le Hi-Fi Audio
2.4G / 5G dual-band, 802.11ac / a / b / g / n
Bluetooth 4.1
IR Remote
USB2.0, Type C
MHL 2.0
Fingerprint scanner
Dimensions147.8 x 74.2 x 9.5mm148.4 x 73.8 x 9.4mm167.1 × 83.5 × 8.95mm
Weight170g177g204g
MaterialPlasticAlloyAlloy
ColourFresh WhiteSimple Silver
Elegant Gold
Simple Silver
Elegant Gold
Release DateApril 21
May 19
LTD
April 21
May 19
LTD
TBA
PriceFrom 1499 YuanFrom 2499 YuanTBA

LeTV are releasing a few different versions of each phone, so depending on where you are you will need to ensure you buy the model that supports networks in your home country. The table below shows the version types and their network parameters.

LeTV S1 Network Support

letv s1 network support

LeTV S1 Pro Network Support

Letv S1 pro network support

LeTV Max Network Support

letv max network support

LeTV S1 Gallery

LeTV S1 Pro Gallery

LeTV S1 Max Gallery

Which LeTV phone is best for you?

Well if you are on a budget then the LeTV S1 is the obvious choice. At a starting price of 1499 Yuan the device boasts a powerful chipset, good amount of RAM and features that we don’t normally associate with low-cost phones like OIS, IR Remote and USB Type C. Lollipop is a bonus too, as is the 3000mAh battery and 5.5-inch FHD display.

letv s1 pro

If you want more features and a more classy body then the LeTV S1 Pro is the phone for you. As well as a 2K display, 4GB RAM and up to 64GB memory, the Pro model gets the benefit of LeTV’s Le Hi-Fi audio, USB Type C 3.0 and 4K HDMI out.

letv s1 max

If you want an all in one device and don’t see yourself wanting to hook your phone up to a TV then the Max is the phone to get. The larger 6.33-inch 2K panel is more than large enough to share video, and you also get a more advanced 21 mega-pixel Sony IMX230 sensor to play around with too.

Looking over the phones you will also notice that each phone as dual SIM support and versions with network support for some international locations will be available too.

So now we know all the LeTV phone details, and we have chosen the best for our use, all we need to wait for is a way to buy these flagship devices outside of China.

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  • joe

    Pretty similar specs to the iuni u3 but a lot more expensive. Why the hell didn’t they put the 20mp camera in the 5.5 inch phone? That is just a crazy move.

    • mf1gt3r

      Ram is up by 1gb, processor also up sd810, there is a 64gb version it’s all metal, USB type c and it’s thinner than the IUNI U3

    • David Košič

      You must be crazy because these are really great prices for the hardware you are getting.

    • TheOracle

      iuni u3 doesn’t have enough frequencies too.

  • Steven Fox

    Looks really good on paper, but the phones need to be out for 3-4 months, so that feedback can be received.

    • Manos

      oh I can’t wait soo much!

  • tk76

    Anyone care to translate those WCDMA and LTE bands to tell if they include 850 and 1900?

    NVM.. will work on AT&T/Cricket WCDMA but not LTE. So at least an option. Still waiting to see the exact LTE specs for the upcoming “world capable” MTK phones.

  • topgun

    What a let down, amazing specs and they cant even push to give it a SD reader 🙁

    • Anderson Casotti

      I didn’t notice that until your comment.
      Too bad.
      For them…
      No Samsung or Letv to me

    • ArPad2

      And 800MHz (B20) fdd-LTE also NOT supported in ANY model, nor in any network-versions.

  • pa5t1s

    Awesome news! Now let’s wait for European availability… and according prices… 🙂

    • Sere83

      Yer Mi note Pro does too

  • TheOracle

    Gorgeous. I’ll be buying the pro in gold.

    • angel.

      meizu mx4 pro with headphone in gold vision also released .maybe you can compare and then decide which is more suit you ?

      • TheOracle

        The Meizu is single sim, so it’s out…….

  • jaro69

    Hey Andi,what about video capturing ?only 1080p or 4k videos?

    • Ryzkie Wys Wosz

      2k/4k @30 fps, all of them

      • jaro69

        Thanks for quick response!

  • MaxPower

    Great specs: USB C, mhl, dual Sim, OIS,IR blaster,64 bit, HiFi audio and the price is ridiculously low. Missing NFC and SD slot but this is the trend anyway, we can’t really blame the last arrived.
    I’d like a SD card slot too, but I’ll deal with it, I’m not going to pay 3999 CNY for one OPPO just because it supports SD card.

  • Ryzkie Wys Wosz

    Le Max uses 4GB LPDDR4 RAM as well

  • Sere83

    Definitely some bonkers spec sheets here, and at least FDD-LTE support is decent on these, USB type C a nice touch too. I think the low end model is really the stand out though as any camera with OIS at this price point is a bargain, not to mention a powerful cpu and android 5.0 out the box. It is worth noting though that these aren’t slim phones though at 9.4/5mm, lets not forget the Mi Note is sub 7mm, on paper the s1 pro marginally outspecs the mi note pro (with USB type C and hdmi 4k) but on slimness and I bet on software xiaomi will still win. The max is just too big IMO.

  • George

    Why they don’t put all the LTE bands in the world like the coreans?Why,why,why it always has to have some shortcomings….
    Free tip for begginers:the mtk version it’s a steal,the pro you pay de snapdragon brand and the alloy THAT’S IIIIT

    • Michel

      I would go for the MTK anyway since the snappy has overheating issues.

  • KevinTooClutch

    So the basic model S1 doesn’t come with Hi-Fi audio and none of them have NFC? NFC and lack of SD card I can live with but Hi-Fi for like $400 is probably too much for me considering I just purchased an Oppo Find 7A. I think when I get a new job I’ll save up for the S1 Pro.

  • Qidamin

    I wonder if the price is for the phone alone or if the phone will be sold with a kind of TV contract

    • Phone alone, if you want the streaming services that will be extra

      • a

        I think the real selling price will be reseller’s,right?

  • Ada

    haha.lets talk about doogee ,maybe it is better ,le tv ,no one in stock

  • Ruby

    Wow, makes my OnePlus One look like a dinosaur! Flagship phones are becoming obsolete faster than ever before.

  • AmuntVCF

    9,4 thick? wtf thats ugly and dont go with the time

    • TheOracle

      9.4mm thick at back, about 7mm at the edges. Fine with me.

  • shiva

    Can you light up about software also
    How was that?

    • Qidamin

      Yeah, I don’t want a rom that always open LeTV services…I fear it is something like this. Also I don’t think it will support multilanguages.

  • GXA

    Finally some good dimentions for a 5.5 inch phone. We wait the same for a 4.7 flagship.

  • TheCatCharli

    Do all version support slow motion video capturing or only S1 Max version

  • EvolvedApe

    Any ideas if the Max will work in the US?

    T-Mobile covers:

    LTE Frequencies: Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 4 (1700/2100 MHz), Band 12 (700 MHz)

    HSPA+ Frequencies: Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 4 (1700/2100 MHz)

  • Jurijs

    Way too big screens 🙁

  • this rom is MultiLanguage?

  • multilanguage??

  • jitender singh

    It isn’t the perfect thing without a Sd Card Slot……for memory expansion, battery should increase, FM & Fingerprint, Gesture Controls are missing in S1 model.

  • jose lopez huertado

    Son preciosos el letv max ya es demasiado grande pero el s1 es un móvil precioso y aun mas el s1 pro es una pena que tenga problemas para conseguirlos

  • jose lopez huertado

    Son preciosos el letv max ya es demasiado grande pero el s1 es un móvil precioso y aun mas el s1 pro es una pena que tenga problemas para conseguirlos

  • Please check out my LeTV One S1 Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqGMD4sA-gQ

  • MSi_GS70

    810 overheater ? hmmm

  • Gogoboz

    Seems lack of NFC though, else will definitely squash recent release ASUS as well as will be release One+ 2. One thing for sure this phone, although is newly emerge unknown brand, will steal some cachevfrom all other phone with those bazeless elegant screen in the full fledge hardward inside without those ridiculous price tag.