LeTV offering discounts on all its phones September 19th

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LeTV have reportedly decided to offer its phones at discounted prices to buyers in China.

The sale will hold for one day, on Saturday i.e.,Ā 19th September or ‘919’. LeTV have arranged fixed numbers of the phones for sale, but even after those sell out, buyers will be able to get the devices for a price below the usual selling price.

Regardless of the model, storage option or anything else, the LeTV phones will go for 500 Yuan off of the normal price. This means that buyers will be able to take home the awesome LeTV S1 for as low as 999 Yuan (US$160) for the 16GB version, which, honestly, is a crazy good price to pay for a phone like that.

Take a look below to see how much each phone will cost during the sale.

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LeTV S1 Max

  • Normal Price: 2999 Yuan (32GB Silver) / 3199 Yuan (64GB Silver) / 3299 Yuan (64GB gold) / 3699 Yuan (128GB gold)
  • Discounted Price: 2499 Yuan (32GB Silver) / 2699 Yuan (64GB Silver) / 2799 Yuan (64GB gold) / 3199 Yuan (128GB gold)

LeTV S1 Pro

  • Normal Price: 2499 Yuan (32GB Silver) / 2599 Yuan (32GB gold) / 2699 Yuan (64GB Silver) / 2799 Yuan (64GB Gold)
  • Discounted Price: 1999 Yuan (32GB Silver) / 2099 Yuan (32GB gold) / 2199 Yuan (64GB Silver) / 2299 Yuan (64GB Gold)


  • Normal Price: 1499 Yuan (16GB) / 1599 Yuan (32GB)
  • Discounted Price: 999 Yuan (16GB) / 1099 Yuan (32GB)
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  1. mf1gt3r
    September 14, 2015

    Where can we purchase? Or is it at physical stores?

    • CiroD
      September 14, 2015

      +1 Eager to know where

      • Technerd
        September 14, 2015


    • Steve B
      September 14, 2015

      Guess you have to hope resellers snap them up and pass some of the discount on.

  2. manohar basavaraju
    September 14, 2015

    How much benefit we get from this Andi ?
    Are you going to pass on this benefit to us on your gizchina shop ?

    • September 14, 2015

      Nope, we already bought stock. The savings are if you buy direct from LeTV

      • jasneskis
        September 14, 2015

        Too bad. It would have been a good time to try the phone while on sale. You’ve said in the past this was your workhorse phone.

      • manohar basavaraju
        September 30, 2015

        HI Andi, I have a problem with purchase on your shop. Ulefone be touch 2. I am not happy with its battery performance, it reboots on its own and won’t respond to touch. It happened many times. I feel these shop sold me a defective phone. How can I return it and get my money refunded?
        Can you help me regarding this if you care atleast?

  3. Stratos Azizoglou
    September 14, 2015

    i really want to know more

  4. Venci
    September 14, 2015

    is Letv software bugs solved ?

    Like signal drops and wi-fi drops?

    • MeizuMX6ProForever
      September 14, 2015

      I have not experienced call drops on my Le Max. Any wi-fi drops I attributed to poor restaurant signal. LeTV have been updating their firmware weekly which I am well pleased with and there are significant fixes like: power saving on standby (major drain before fix); remote app crashes fixed; background downloading fixed; english text in safe/upgrade mode. The phone is getting smarter everyday.

      Now I would like to revise my mini-review a little bit from the last time I posted:

      Sound/voice recording clear. Audio in/out is the clearest I have ever heard from any kind of hardware. I would buy the Le Max on this point alone.

      • Rasmus
        September 15, 2015

        The wifi signal is one of the worst + some minor bugs. Like cant choose default launcher. And double tap wake makes the phone crash and reboot sometimes.

        • Lars-Peter Dijkstra
          September 21, 2015

          you can choose another launcher (after downloading) in settings-apps-default apps. hope its right, cant check it because my letv le one dropped on floor… ;-( double tap should work fine, never had any issues

  5. MeizuMX6ProForever
    September 14, 2015

    If you do pick up a letv phone you may want a special MHL USB-c cable to hook up to your computer monitor (don’t need a cable with this phone to throw 4k signals to your WIFI TV):

    a nice case:

    and a screen protector (I got a anti-fingerprint one):

    I got my Le Max at http://liaow.com/letv.html

    I just noticed on that page that a Le Max with a sapphire screen is coming out for 1049USD which I would have bought it was available at the time I got my Max. Perhaps I should sell my Le Max and go for the sapphire one….

    • Andy Chan
      September 15, 2015

      why is that page so badly designed? it looks like fake website

      • MeizuMX6ProForever
        September 15, 2015

        If I remember correctly I have been ordering from Liaow.com way back when the Meizu M6SL (near 2006 I guess) came out. It was a Meizu only reseller site back then. It was run by a single individual (and I believe still is) who had to have a friend drive out of their way to go pick up merchandise to resell for international customers. I have never seen better customer service. Liaow is prompt with email responses and will volunteer needed information. Liaow will confirm everything with you and send you a photo of the addressed package ready to be shipped. I am willing to pay more for this service and because it seems this owner is staking his livelihood on it. I don’t imagine ever buying a phone from any other site in the future.

        • Andy Chan
          September 15, 2015

          okay. thank you for your confirmation

          • Lars-Peter Dijkstra
            September 21, 2015

            Liaow.com is the best i have ever had! he offers so much service, like rooting, installing play store/google apps etc. quick reacting by email and chat. photos of your package like MeizuMX6ProForever said. a little bit more expensive but its worth it! you should try it!

            • Andy Chan
              September 22, 2015

              okay. i’ll keep that in mind. thank you

  6. Manu
    September 17, 2015

    so this artical is pretty much useless to most people here since one can only pick up a discounted phone on a local reseller or if a shop “decides” to put the phones with discount up :/ kinda meh wouldĀ“ve sold my One Pro 32GB and bought a One Pro 64GB xD

    • SnowyCat
      October 2, 2015

      are you so happy with it? i found some offers of the letv le1 for 299$~ which is kinda cheap for the hardware, is it any good? ic ant find that many reviews on it šŸ™

      • Manu
        October 21, 2015

        sry for waiting like 19 days xD ye i like it just normal smartphone problems (i.e. battery has never enough power :P)

  7. Stratos
    September 19, 2015

    19 is here… Where can i found those discounts?