LeTV X600 spotted in Antutu scoring almost as much as the Galaxy S6


letv smartphone leaked

3 smartphones are expected from LeTV with options of either Mediatek and Snapdragon chips, the LeTV X600 appears to be the 810 powered phone with an Antutu score close to the Galaxy S6.

LeTV have confirmed that they are to enter the phone market, and if previous leaks are to be trusted there are going to be 3 to choose from with MT6795 processors and Snapdragon 810.

Looking at the score from the LeTV X600 we can see it is a Snapdragon phone we have here and the score it is capable of reaching isn’t far off the flagship Samsung S6. The screenshot shows a score of 63,351.

letv x600 benchmarks

Our past leaks also told us that at least the flagship LeTV phone would have up to 4GB RAM and a Sony 20.7 mega-pixel camera. Impressive stuff to say the least.

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40 Comments

  1. mf1gt3r
    March 5, 2015

    Impressive

  2. Yeti hand
    March 5, 2015

    4gb of ram in a smartphone…. Jesus where a we going??

    • Guilherme
      March 5, 2015

      6, 8gb soon hahhahah

      • Kamui
        March 5, 2015

        Its time android to borrow the ubuntu touch feature. Connect phone to monitor and work in desktop mode. A portable PC with great horsepower!

      • Yeti hand
        March 7, 2015

        lmaoo, be ready in 3 year we will see 12gb ram

      • Yeti hand
        April 30, 2015

        Done!!! Check the nubia nx508j

  3. Muhammad Yasir
    March 5, 2015

    Pricing… is all that matters!

  4. Paul Sleight
    March 5, 2015

    Yes, impressive, but is it likely to be FDD LTE version? Or running Android?

  5. Pedro Miguel
    March 5, 2015

    It’s all about the price. How much it will cost? And when it’s going to be available?

  6. Rob
    March 5, 2015

    Not bad, I see the MT6795 version scores just over 50000 points which is impressive by mediatek standards but a little disappointing considering all the hype around it. The all metal body looks good and should feel premium, hopefully the HiFi chip should give this phone sound decent sound too.

    • March 6, 2015

      Umm … where did you see the MT6795 scoring just over 50,000 points?

        • MaxPower
          March 6, 2015

          You just ruined the party for mediatek fanboys LOL

          • Rob
            March 6, 2015

            Lol

            It does highlight the weak gpu though. On a positive note however, if someone has said 12 months ago a mediatek chip would hit 50000 points on antutu we would’ve laughed at them!!

            • MaxPower
              March 6, 2015

              Look up what I meant! LOL
              All this disappointment about Antutu like it means anything.
              What they don’t get is that it actually means nothing but since the 6595 they get a boner running those benchmarks.
              I agree with you that mediatek has come very well lately and finally they showed caring on power saving and put a better GPU(slightly better). It is a well made SoC, not at the level of Qualcomm or Exynos on top-tiers but low and mid-range I think they are doing better than those above.

            • March 6, 2015

              Very funny MaxPower. I am not a Mediatek or Qualcomm fanboy. I go for the one thats more friendly with my pocket while giving me the required power and usage requirements which in this case is being provided by Mediatek.

              That said …

              I still do not agree that this is MT6795 Antutu score. For now, I dont have anything to argue about till real MT6795 phones surface or till we are sure that this LeTV is actually MT6795 and not Qualcomm. For now, there is a discrepancy surrounding it and nothing can be said for sure.

              So lets let it rest there.

        • March 6, 2015

          Cant you see the discrepancy in the Antutu scores posted on Chinamobilemag and here? The two scores are both for the LeTV X600 which I suppose is the same model and should also feature the same SoC. There were no links or certainty to backup their mention of the fact that the phone is using MT6795. They are just assuming. I dont believe thats the MT6795’s ANtutu scores they showed there.

          And for the fact that they reported the scores are for MT6795 doesn’t exactly mean that its true.

          • Rob
            March 6, 2015

            Maybe so, but the score is about right for the alleged spec of the chip, can’t deny that. I would love it to be more powerful but if we’re honest with the gpu it’s packing it ain’t gonna be. Also remember we have seen the sd810 hit 63000 points, so something would have to be seriously amiss if they were from the 810 version.

    • Stef
      March 8, 2015

      Actually a 50000 score is very disappointing. MT6595 did that and it’s not even a 64 bit chip and it’s almost a year old. I think Mediatek should refrain from releasing MT6795, it was supposed to be a big.little soc instead it’s the 6752T (MT6752 with better clocks) which will severely hurt their image as an up and coming player.

      Better have the strongest mid range soc on the market (mt6752) and nothing else than also releasing such a turkey of a flagship soc. Every generation mediatek was making huge steps forwards, in this generation they’re taking one back. They should be told for that not praised.

  7. mf1gt3r
    March 5, 2015

    Impressive

  8. Yeti hand
    March 5, 2015

    4gb of ram in a smartphone…. Jesus where a we going??

    • Guilherme
      March 5, 2015

      6, 8gb soon hahhahah

    • Kamui
      March 5, 2015

      Its time android to borrow the ubuntu touch feature. Connect phone to monitor and work in desktop mode. A portable PC with great horsepower!

    • Yeti hand
      March 7, 2015

      lmaoo, be ready in 3 year we will see 12gb ram

    • Yeti hand
      April 30, 2015

      Done!!! Check the nubia nx508j

  9. Guest
    March 5, 2015

    Pricing… is all that matters!

  10. Paul Sleight
    March 5, 2015

    Yes, impressive, but is it likely to be FDD LTE version? Or running Android?

  11. Pedro Miguel
    March 5, 2015

    It’s all about the price. How much it will cost? And when it’s going to be available?

  12. Rob
    March 6, 2015

    Not bad, I see the MT6795 version scores just over 50000 points which is impressive by mediatek standards but a little disappointing considering all the hype around it. The all metal body looks good and should feel premium, hopefully the HiFi chip should give this phone sound decent sound too.

    • Michael Ogbonnaya
      March 6, 2015

      Umm … where did you see the MT6795 scoring just over 50,000 points?

    • MaxPower
      March 6, 2015

      You just ruined the party for mediatek fanboys LOL

    • Michael Ogbonnaya
      March 6, 2015

      Cant you see the discrepancy in the Antutu scores posted on Chinamobilemag and here? The two scores are both for the LeTV X600 which I suppose is the same model and should also feature the same SoC. There were no links or certainty to backup their mention of the fact that the phone is using MT6795. They are just assuming. I dont believe thats the MT6795’s ANtutu scores they showed there.

      And for the fact that they reported the scores are for MT6795 doesn’t exactly mean that its true.

    • Rob
      March 6, 2015

      Lol

      It does highlight the weak gpu though. On a positive note however, if someone has said 12 months ago a mediatek chip would hit 50000 points on antutu we would’ve laughed at them!!

    • Rob
      March 6, 2015

      Maybe so, but the score is about right for the alleged spec of the chip, can’t deny that. I would love it to be more powerful but if we’re honest with the gpu it’s packing it ain’t gonna be. Also remember we have seen the sd810 hit 63000 points, so something would have to be seriously amiss if they were from the 810 version.

    • MaxPower
      March 6, 2015

      Look up what I meant! LOL
      All this disappointment about Antutu like it means anything.
      What they don’t get is that it actually means nothing but since the 6595 they get a boner running those benchmarks.
      I agree with you that mediatek has come very well lately and finally they showed caring on power saving and put a better GPU(slightly better). It is a well made SoC, not at the level of Qualcomm or Exynos on top-tiers but low and mid-range I think they are doing better than those above.

    • Michael Ogbonnaya
      March 6, 2015

      Very funny MaxPower. I am not a Mediatek or Qualcomm fanboy. I go for the one thats more friendly with my pocket while giving me the required power and usage requirements which in this case is being provided by Mediatek.

      That said …

      I still do not agree that this is MT6795 Antutu score. For now, I dont have anything to argue about till real MT6795 phones surface or till we are sure that this LeTV is actually MT6795 and not Qualcomm. For now, there is a discrepancy surrounding it and nothing can be said for sure.

      So lets let it rest there.

    • Stef
      March 8, 2015

      Actually a 50000 score is very disappointing. MT6595 did that and it’s not even a 64 bit chip and it’s almost a year old. I think Mediatek should refrain from releasing MT6795, it was supposed to be a big.little soc instead it’s the 6752T (MT6752 with better clocks) which will severely hurt their image as an up and coming player.

      Better have the strongest mid range soc on the market (mt6752) and nothing else than also releasing such a turkey of a flagship soc. Every generation mediatek was making huge steps forwards, in this generation they’re taking one back. They should be told for that not praised.

  13. Tal Bar
    January 23, 2016

    It’s wrong phone. It’s must to be x800

  14. Tal Bar
    January 23, 2016

    It’s wrong phone. It’s must to be x800