Spy photo: Is this the 2K, 3D screen PPTV smartphone?


pptv phone render

Next week PPTV will be unveiling their first ever Android smartphone, but a 5 day wait isn’t needed to see what the phone will look like once launched.

PPTV are the second video streaming service from China to launch its own mobile division this year. LeTV hold the crown for being the first, and have had great success since they launched the LeTV ‘Super Phone’ range just 4 months ago.

The PPTV handset will be officially launched on the 7th September, and so far the device and its hardware have been kept a close secret. The only details we have been able to uncover are the possibility of a glasses free 3D display with 2K resolution and 2.5D 5.5-inch glass display.

pptv leaked smartphone

Looking at the leaked image above, we can see that the large glass panel curves to all edges of the device and covers a display with invisible borders (will it have those black bezels we are seeing on other phones?).

So that’s it for the PPTV leak for now, but be sure to keep posted for more news of this upcoming device and final launch details next week.

[ Source ]
Previous Chinese tablet maker Teclast now official in Spain
Next Snapdragon 808 powered Xiaomi Mi4C shows up at TENAA, priced around $251

6 Comments

  1. Max
    September 2, 2015

    5.5″ with 2k. and it looks like just 5mm thick. this will not work out for the battery life.

  2. Freeje
    September 2, 2015

    Hope they have a Plus or Max version too.

  3. Rob
    September 2, 2015

    That looks bigger than 5.5″, really hope it is. Could be an option instead of the letv max, only 5 days till we find out. Hope it launches more or less straight away and not in a month or 2.

    • iKosh
      September 2, 2015

      I heard that they will release three versions like LeTV did.

      • Jay
        September 2, 2015

        Do they even have to copy strategy? Sheesh!

        Nevertheless, this is good for customers :o)

      • Rob
        September 3, 2015

        Hopefully that will prompt Letv to reduce the price of the max! If this is indeed correct then this can only be good for the consumer.