PPTV’s smartphone leaks with a high screen to body ratio


Chinese online video company LeTV recently debuted with its smartphones, which have received rave reviews. Following its footsteps could be the country’s PPTV.

A leak shows a purported PPTV smartphone with quite a neat design. Breathing LED lights are quite a fad in China right now, so it only makes sense for the PPTV phone to have one — and it does. The leak doesn’t really say a lot apart from the picture, besides the fact that the phone is expected to be 5.5-inches or higher.

LeTV promised a borderless phone, but that didn’t really happen; PPTV seems to be keen on doing that now. The phone does reveal a high screen to body ratio, something tech enthusiasts from around the world have been asking for. Also, the device is believed to have a metal build; thus ticking all boxes for a 2015 flagship, at least as far as form/build is concerned.

Does this new crop of Chinese phones excite you as much as older phones did?

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7 Comments

  1. csak1user
    July 6, 2015

    But it can be the usual hidden black bezel. 😛

    • LionHandler
      July 6, 2015

      I agree with you! That is the biggest visual problem for Chiness phones in this year.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        July 7, 2015

        sad fact too

    • antidumb
      July 7, 2015

      just wait new leak with display on in real life not in promotional picture, nowdays chinese phone manufacture photoshop their phone picture so display looks bezeless

  2. abracadabra
    July 6, 2015

    http://www.oukitel.cc/products/kindo/201507/62.html

    The oukitel u9 product info is released on their website. Maybe you can make a post about it 😉

    • Steve B
      July 6, 2015

      & U10 update to U8

  3. Burs
    July 6, 2015

    No way the screen will be smller than 5.7″. Either that, or it will also be “borderless” as LeTV. Let’s just hope I’m wrong.