Amazing Offer: LeTV Le One Pro only $299.99 Limited Stock


letv le 1 pro

Late last month LeTV held a special offer where their phones could be bought at great prices. Shop.GizChina.Com managed to get a limited number of LeTV Le One Pro during the offer and are selling them now for $299.99.

The LeTV Le One Pro usually retails for as much as $529.99 outside of China. That’s a very high price, but then again you do get some of the best hardware available for a smartphone of today.

LeTV set the bar pretty high with the Le One Pro building the device with a full alloy body, 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440 2K display, Snapdragon 810, 4GB RAM and amazing 13 mega-pixel F2.0 rear camera.

LeTV Le One Pro Specifications

Model: Le one Pro (X800)
Sim Card: Dual Standby,MicroSIM + NanoSIM(Standard), MicroSIM+MicroSIM(need to use sim card slot)
Color: Silver | Golden
Capacity RAM: 4GB  LPDDR4 RAM

ROM: 32GB  | 64GB

eMMC5.0

Multi-Languages English,Chinese
Chipset CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Octa-core

G64 4×A57+4×A53

System EUI  base on Android Lollipop
Screen Display Size:5.5 inch IPS Screen

Resolution: 2560*1440

Contrast :1300

Technology:538 ppi pixel density

Camera Rear Camera:  13MP camera f/2.0,

4160*3120@30fps,autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash

Front Camera:  4MP front camera with large 2-micron pixels

Video Capture: Ultra High-Definition video,720P@120fps,1080P@60fps, 4K@30fps

Others: Angle 81°

Network and Wireless Connectivity 4G: FDD-LTE: B1/3/7 , TDD-LTE:38/39/40/41

3G: WCDMA: B1/2/5/8; TD-SCDMA: B34/39; EVDO: BC0/BC1

2G: GSM:2/3/5/8; CDMA: BC0/BC1

WIFI :802.11ac/a/b/g/n 2.4GHz and 5GHz Dual Bands

support APT-X Techonology,Wi-Fi hot ,Wi-Fi Display,WLAN direct

GPS/AGPS/GLONASS: Yes ,Beidou

Bluetooth: V4.1

Battery capacity and life Non-removable 3000mAh lithium-ion battery

Standby Time: About 2~3 days

Others: Quick Charge 2.0

Sensor Gyro, Light sensor , Gravity, Proximity, Compass, Hall sensors, Barometer
Multi-media Video:

H.265(HEVC),H.264,H.263,MPEG-4,MPEG-2,VP9,VP8

MP4,3GP,3GP2,MKV,AVI,ASF,Xvid,FLV,Ts,Webm

Audio:

AAC/AAC+/eAAC+,MP3,AMR,MIDI,PCM,OGG,FLAC,AC3/EAC3,DTS-HD

AAC,MP3,WAV,AMR,FLAC,MIDI,OGG

Others:Dolby Audio,DTS Headphone:X™,LeHiFi Technology

Size Dimensions: 147.9*73.5*9.5 mm

Net Weight:  177g

It’s a killer phone and at just $299.99 this is a killer deal. There are only limited number of of the Le One Pro available so we suggest you act fast to bag a flagship bargain. Also keep in mind that the Chinese warehouse of Shop.GizChina.Com is on Chinese National holiday until 5th October.

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134 Comments

  1. frank
    October 3, 2015

    Sad to see that Gizchina is changing to a promotion site for their own shop.

    • MattD
      October 3, 2015

      Can you see they slashed the price almost in half?! They always did some articles about crazy deals and price slashes… Now don’t act so arsh just because it’s their own shop: if they won’t say this, who will?! Coolicool’s forum?!

      • Kamui
        October 3, 2015

        I agree but let them share their promotions in their shop’s page and maybe through a newsletter.
        This is a news blog and not a “find the best offers” blog

        • MaxPower
          October 4, 2015

          if you don’t find interesting you can just avoid to read it the article.

          But just because you don’t find it interesting then it doesn’t mean someone else does.

          they are not flooding the blog with articles like this one to justify a complain.

          I’ve actually spotted the deal few days ago and I’ve mentioned in my comments a couple of times already because it’s something that people could be interested in it.
          I mean, we are talking of a 50% off, and not just a 20$ discount.

          • King
            October 4, 2015

            Agree! I did not see anyone complain on those “giz20” discount Coupon articles for other stores.

            On a different note, maybe it’s a good time for @Andi to register a mother company, the way Google did with Alphabet.

      • frank
        October 3, 2015

        @disqus_hFOS6jWFnn:disqus But ut isn’t a unique offer, most of the international resellers have this offer.

        I get why they promote their own shop, but that’s not why i follow gizchina, i follow gizchina to know the latest chinese mobile trends and phones.

        • AdM
          October 3, 2015

          They need to monetize somehow or do you think the hard labour that goes into reviews and having a site up and running with always fresh content is not a full time job that is entitled to a wage?

  2. xi7
    October 3, 2015

    lol, big bezels… and poor snapdragon 810 make 65k antutu test again…. 51k…… 44k…. 37k…… 33k shame performance with high temperature

  3. roni24
    October 3, 2015

    heating problem, old gpu ,keep it to yourself
    there are new phones, beside that LeTV One with the helio x10 chip cost 250$ and do almost the same.
    we dont need 2k screen and more then 3GB, and about the internal memory for most of us , 16GB is enough and there are phones that has sd card slot. maybe not on the Letv one but you understand……

    • xi7
      October 3, 2015

      lol, really with extra bezels not need 2k

    • Technerd
      October 4, 2015

      In sale its about 180€ check out kimovil

      • Carl
        October 4, 2015

        Link, please! 🙂

        • Technerd
          October 4, 2015

          Kimovil.com and then search for letv

          • Carl
            October 4, 2015

            Yes, but I guess you are talking about LeTV S1 16GB, but Andi offers LeTV S1 PRO 32GB. These are two different mobiles. 😉

            • Technerd
              October 4, 2015

              I know

      • balcobomber25
        October 4, 2015

        Kimovil is the best site to use when looking for prices!

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      If you comment on phones like this you will never ever find a good phone and that I can can guarantee you. Please read some info before posting. First of all After the last update the heating problem is not a problem anymore. Second, what is an “old GPU to you”… Third, The Helio is nice but but not perfect either. Forth “we” is you speaking. I don’t say I need it but there are more then enough people that want that much ram and that resolution. Fifth, I read about more then enough people that found 32GB a problem because there is no SD card reader. That’s why a lot of people want a 64GB.

      • balcobomber25
        October 4, 2015

        Heating issues will always be a problem with SD810 because it is such a poorly designed chip set. What the software updates have done is killed the performance of the chip to keep it from overheating. But even that hasn’t completely worked, eventually I could see massive hardware failures from phones equipped with SD810 due to the overheating. It’s a chip (along with its baby brother SD615) I personally would stay far away from.

        • A.R. Kolleman
          October 4, 2015

          Yes thats true but the heating issues occur when the chip is being pressured. So brand just downclocked them a bit in order to have a functional chip. Not the best solution but a solution that works. I think it will only give massive hardware failures when you keep on putting pressure to them, I work with phones for years now and real issues such as them mostly occur when the are being pressured. But like you said it still not a very effective design even the 2.1 has the same issues. But then again the Helio X10 is known for having some GPS issues. Thats mainly what I ment. If you can only be negative about theses phones you will never find one that suits you.

          • balcobomber25
            October 4, 2015

            I have an X10 and have no issues whatsoever with GPS and have heard of no one that has them either. The older Mediatek chips used to have GPS issues, but the newer 64 bit chips solved the issues.

            • A.R. Kolleman
              October 4, 2015

              I know because I have an older Mediatek Phone like that. I read that the Letv X600 had the issue just a a Meizu did. Just Google it and you will find the answer 😉

            • balcobomber25
              October 4, 2015

              I own the Meizu Mx5 and use GPS everyday for work. I have used it in 8 different countries (Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, USA, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Taiwan) and have had no issues.

              The 32 bit Mediatek SoC’s were terrible with GPS, I could never keep a signal. The newer 64 bit SoC’s are excellent.

            • A.R. Kolleman
              October 4, 2015

              Quote from XDA “Guys, i got a LeTV x600 with the same Soc, Helios X10.
              It locks in 15+ sattelites and the signal strengh is great, however it has a nasty bug/problem. When driving/in motion, the accuracy error goes high, not the usual 2-3 meters. At 50km/h may be 25m, at 80km/h it’s 35 meters of accuracy error. It appears that Meizu MX5, with the same X10, has the very same problem! This cause some delays and jumping on map apps.

              Can anyone here please test this bug? You can use GPS Test (by default the error is in feet) or other GPS testing app that has accuracy error. Or, simply go to Engineer Mode > Location > YGPS > Information, the font is small there, so be carefull while driving!

              Thanks in advance for this guys!”

            • balcobomber25
              October 4, 2015

              I haven’t seen this problem yet and I use it all the time, I also know several people with this phone who don’t have this issue so maybe it is just a Europe thing. It works excellent in the US and Asia.

            • A.R. Kolleman
              October 4, 2015

              Yeah hahaha I hope for you it’s only Europe but then again. If there was a problem you would already noticed it 😉

            • balcobomber25
              October 5, 2015

              Actually checked with a few friends who are tech journalists in Germany, France, Poland and Italy. All of them used the MX5 GPS without issues when they were testing it.

            • Sansa
              October 5, 2015

              With all due respect to you and your friends, most smarphones reviewers don’t know how to review GPS performance.

              Typical GPS review:
              “GPS lock is fast, so hummm yeah it must be good”

              Hummmm, no.

            • balcobomber25
              October 6, 2015

              Except these people review phones and GPS on a daily basis, it is their entire lives. But nice try.

            • Sansa
              October 6, 2015

              Well, do they have a site? Because, then, i’ll be very interested.

            • Jocke
              October 6, 2015

              I have the redmi note 2 and letv x600 and can confirm the above gps problems..

            • Sansa
              October 6, 2015

              I guess some people think that when i write these comments, i’m trolling. But then even with the THL 5000, i had total crap GPS performance, the kind that makes you pull all of your hair on situations where you really have to find the damn place, yet some people said it was ok for them. Maybe there’s something on my car’s windshield that messes with the GPS. Funny it didn’t do a thing to a Samsung S4, where it was the smothest GPS i’ve seen.

              I don’t know, how there are so different opinions on the same device.

              Again, i’m not saying the GPS on the x600 sucks, but there are certain situations where it leaves something to be desired. I want my next phone to have a non-mediatek chip.

              I’m waiting anxiously for balco’s friends review site, as most reviews out there are amateur at best. Nowadays, anyone can get a phone and upload a “review” to youtube.

            • balcobomber25
              October 7, 2015

              Other people have those phones and confirm there are no issues….

            • Sansa
              October 18, 2015

              Balco, i’m still waiting for your total uber mega ultra 13370R friend’s review site.

              Nice try.

            • balcobomber25
              October 18, 2015

              I’m still waiting for me to care.

            • Sansa
              October 19, 2015

              Ok, so please next time, don’t troll the discussion. It only discredits you.

            • balcobomber25
              October 19, 2015

              Says the guy who is trolling….

            • Sansa
              October 5, 2015

              Actually this quote is mine. I think people that say it has NOT GPS issues, are driving on highways (with no roads nearby to confuse the maps app) or are slow drivers 😛

              On a city center with many streets nearby, driving at medium/fast speed it has problems. At least MY phone has this problem. I think that if you use on USA, where cities aren’t “tight” as in Europe, you won’t have such problems.

              Normally, GPS has an accuracy error of 2-3 meters no matter your speed, not with this phone, higher the speed, high the accuracy error. I clearly can see the big blue bubble (which is the accuracy error diameter) on MAPS.ME app and other apps too. No wonder, the app doesn’t know if i went straigth ahead or took a left turn. After a while it corrects tough.

              Now, i’m not saying the GPS is unusuable, no, not that, but still it has problems. and enough to make me pull some hair. An user said that MX5 has this high accuracy error problem, so it must be a Helios X10 problem.

            • A.R. Kolleman
              October 5, 2015

              Hahaha funny you read my post about it here 😛

            • Sansa
              October 5, 2015

              Oh, even tough they could pay more attention to us, like fixing more bugs, i’m still a LeTV fan! So i read everything about it.

            • The Special Juan
              October 4, 2015

              Just back from a trip to Myanmar and Indonesia. GPS worked great in those counties as well… And Nigeria where I currently live

            • Lars-Peter Dijkstra
              October 5, 2015

              how is it with lagging etc like Andy described earlier here with his review of MX5?

            • balcobomber25
              October 5, 2015

              Andi didn’t review the MX5, Yash did. I never experienced any lag with it and neither did anyone on the Meizu forums I belong too which leads me to believe the culprit was an app he was using.

    • slartiblart
      October 5, 2015

      Yes roni24. I couldn’t agree more. That’s madness go have a screen more than full hd. Unless you’ve got a vr headset. Even then, no point to it. Your TV screen is likely to be a 40 inch full hd panel. Yet your 6 inch phone is 2k. Madness. Plus sd810 is a poor chipset.

  4. frank
    October 3, 2015

    Sad to see that Gizchina is changing to a promotion site for their own shop.

    • MattD
      October 3, 2015

      Can you see they slashed the price almost in half?! They always did some articles about crazy deals and price slashes… Now don’t act so arsh just because it’s their own shop: if they won’t say this, who will?! Coolicool’s forum?!

    • Kamui
      October 3, 2015

      I agree but let them share their promotions in their shop’s page and maybe through a newsletter.
      This is a news blog and not a “find the best offers” blog

    • frank
      October 3, 2015

      @disqus_hFOS6jWFnn:disqus But ut isn’t a unique offer, most of the international resellers have this offer.

      I get why they promote their own shop, but that’s not why i follow gizchina, i follow gizchina to know the latest chinese mobile trends and phones.

    • AdM
      October 3, 2015

      They need to monetize somehow or do you think the hard labour that goes into reviews and having a site up and running with always fresh content is not a full time job that is entitled to a wage?

    • MaxPower
      October 4, 2015

      if you don’t find interesting you can just avoid to read it the article.

      But just because you don’t find it interesting then it doesn’t mean someone else does.

      they are not flooding the blog with articles like this one to justify a complain.

      I’ve actually spotted the deal few days ago and I’ve mentioned in my comments a couple of times already because it’s something that people could be interested in it.
      I mean, we are talking of a 50% off, and not just a 20$ discount.

    • King
      October 4, 2015

      Agree! I did not see anyone complain on those “giz20” discount Coupon articles for other stores.

      On a different note, maybe it’s a good time for @Andi to register a mother company, the way Google did with Alphabet.

  5. xi7
    October 3, 2015

    lol, big bezels… and poor snapdragon 810 make 65k antutu test again…. 51k…… 44k…. 37k…… 33k shame performance with high temperature

  6. Guest
    October 3, 2015

    heating problem, old gpu ,keep it to yourself
    there are new phones, beside that LeTV One with the helio x10 chip cost 250$ and do almost the same.
    we dont need 2k screen and more then 3GB, and about the internal memory for most of us , 16GB is enough and there are phones that has sd card slot. maybe not on the Letv one but you understand……

    • xi7
      October 3, 2015

      lol, really with extra bezels not need 2k

    • Technerd
      October 4, 2015

      In sale its about 180€ check out kimovil

    • Guest
      October 4, 2015

      Link, please! 🙂

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      If you comment on phones like this you will never ever find a good phone and that I can can guarantee you. Please read some info before posting. First of all After the last update the heating problem is not a problem anymore. Second, what is an “old GPU to you”… Third, The Helio is nice but but not perfect either. Forth “we” is you speaking. I don’t say I need it but there are more then enough people that want that much ram and that resolution. Fifth, I read about more then enough people that found 32GB a problem because there is no SD card reader. That’s why a lot of people want a 64GB.

    • Technerd
      October 4, 2015

      Kimovil.com and then search for letv

    • balcobomber25
      October 4, 2015

      Heating issues will always be a problem with SD810 because it is such a poorly designed chip set. What the software updates have done is killed the performance of the chip to keep it from overheating. But even that hasn’t completely worked, eventually I could see massive hardware failures from phones equipped with SD810 due to the overheating. It’s a chip (along with its baby brother SD615) I personally would stay far away from.

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      Yes thats true but the heating issues occur when the chip is being pressured. So brand just downclocked them a bit in order to have a functional chip. Not the best solution but a solution that works. I think it will only give massive hardware failures when you keep on putting pressure to them, I work with phones for years now and real issues such as them mostly occur when the are being pressured. But like you said it still not a very effective design even the 2.1 has the same issues. But then again the Helio X10 is known for having some GPS issues. Thats mainly what I ment. If you can only be negative about theses phones you will never find one that suits you.

    • balcobomber25
      October 4, 2015

      I have an X10 and have no issues whatsoever with GPS and have heard of no one that has them either. The older Mediatek chips used to have GPS issues, but the newer 64 bit chips solved the issues.

    • balcobomber25
      October 4, 2015

      Kimovil is the best site to use when looking for prices!

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      I know because I have an older Mediatek Phone like that. I read that the Letv X600 had the issue just a a Meizu did. Just Google it and you will find the answer 😉

    • balcobomber25
      October 4, 2015

      I own the Meizu Mx5 and use GPS everyday for work. I have used it in 8 different countries (Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, USA, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Taiwan) and have had no issues.

      The 32 bit Mediatek SoC’s were terrible with GPS, I could never keep a signal. The newer 64 bit SoC’s are excellent.

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      Quote from XDA “Guys, i got a LeTV x600 with the same Soc, Helios X10.
      It locks in 15+ sattelites and the signal strengh is great, however it has a nasty bug/problem. When driving/in motion, the accuracy error goes high, not the usual 2-3 meters. At 50km/h may be 25m, at 80km/h it’s 35 meters of accuracy error. It appears that Meizu MX5, with the same X10, has the very same problem! This cause some delays and jumping on map apps.

      Can anyone here please test this bug? You can use GPS Test (by default the error is in feet) or other GPS testing app that has accuracy error. Or, simply go to Engineer Mode > Location > YGPS > Information, the font is small there, so be carefull while driving!

      Thanks in advance for this guys!”

      Oooh and this is not the only thread I read about it. People in Europe seem to have the most issues with it.

    • balcobomber25
      October 4, 2015

      I haven’t seen this problem yet and I use it all the time, I also know several people with this phone who don’t have this issue so maybe it is just a Europe thing. It works excellent in the US and Asia.

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      Yeah hahaha I hope for you it’s only Europe but then again. If there was a problem you would already noticed it 😉

    • Guest
      October 4, 2015

      Yes, but I guess you are talking about LeTV S1 16GB, but Andi offers LeTV S1 PRO 32GB. These are two different mobiles. 😉

    • The Special Juan
      October 4, 2015

      Just back from a trip to Myanmar and Indonesia. GPS worked great in those counties as well… And Nigeria where I currently live

    • Technerd
      October 4, 2015

      I know

    • slartiblart
      October 5, 2015

      Yes roni24. I couldn’t agree more. That’s madness go have a screen more than full hd. Unless you’ve got a vr headset. Even then, no point to it. Your TV screen is likely to be a 40 inch full hd panel. Yet your 6 inch phone is 2k. Madness. Plus sd810 is a poor chipset.

    • Lars-Peter Dijkstra
      October 5, 2015

      how is it with lagging etc like Andy described earlier here with his review of MX5?

    • balcobomber25
      October 5, 2015

      Andi didn’t review the MX5, Yash did. I never experienced any lag with it and neither did anyone on the Meizu forums I belong too which leads me to believe the culprit was an app he was using.

    • balcobomber25
      October 5, 2015

      Actually checked with a few friends who are tech journalists in Germany, France, Poland and Italy. All of them used the MX5 GPS without issues when they were testing it.

    • Sansa
      October 5, 2015

      Actually this quote is mine. I think people that say it has NOT GPS issues, are driving on highways (with no roads nearby to confuse the maps app) or are slow drivers 😛

      On a city center with many streets nearby, driving at medium/fast speed it has problems. At least MY phone has this problem. I think that if you use on USA, where cities aren’t “tight” as in Europe, you won’t have such problems.

      Normally, GPS has an accuracy error of 2-3 meters no matter your speed, not with this phone, higher the speed, high the accuracy error. I clearly can see the big blue bubble (which is the accuracy error diameter) on MAPS.ME app and other apps too. No wonder, the app doesn’t know if i went straigth ahead or took a left turn. After a while it corrects tough.

      Now, i’m not saying the GPS is unusuable, no, not that, but still it has problems. and enough to make me pull some hair. An user said that MX5 has this high accuracy error problem, so it must be a Helios X10 problem.

    • Sansa
      October 5, 2015

      With all due respect to you and your friends, most smarphones reviewers don’t know how to review GPS performance.

      Typical GPS review:
      “GPS lock is fast, so hummm yeah it must be good”

      Hummmm, no.

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 5, 2015

      Hahaha funny you read my post about it here 😛

    • Sansa
      October 5, 2015

      Oh, even tough they could pay more attention to us, like fixing more bugs, i’m still a LeTV fan! So i read everything about it.

    • balcobomber25
      October 6, 2015

      Except these people review phones and GPS on a daily basis, it is their entire lives. But nice try.

    • Sansa
      October 6, 2015

      Well, do they have a site? Because, then, i’ll be very interested.

    • Guest
      October 6, 2015

      I have the redmi note 2 and letv x600 and can confirm the above gps problems..

    • Sansa
      October 7, 2015

      I guess some people think that when i write these comments, i’m trolling. But then even with the THL 5000, i had total crap GPS performance, the kind that makes you pull all of your hair on situations where you really have to find the damn place, yet some people said it was ok for them. Maybe there’s something on my car’s windshield that messes with the GPS. Funny it didn’t do a thing to a Samsung S4, where it was the smothest GPS i’ve seen.

      I don’t know, how there are so different opinions on the same device.

      Again, i’m not saying the GPS on the x600 sucks, but there are certain situations where it leaves something to be desired. I want my next phone to have a non-mediatek chip.

      I’m waiting anxiously for balco’s friends review site, as most reviews out there are amateur at best. Nowadays, anyone can get a phone and upload a “review” to youtube.

    • balcobomber25
      October 7, 2015

      Other people have those phones and confirm there are no issues….

    • Sansa
      October 18, 2015

      Balco, i’m still waiting for your total uber mega ultra 13370R friend’s review site.

      Nice try.

    • balcobomber25
      October 18, 2015

      I’m still waiting for me to care.

    • Sansa
      October 19, 2015

      Ok, so please next time, don’t troll the discussion. It only discredits you.

    • balcobomber25
      October 19, 2015

      Says the guy who is trolling….

  7. gadget_ocd
    October 3, 2015

    Is there any way we can see all the news on this site by date or something? The layout is quite similar to “The Verge”, and is pain to navigate!
    Good deal, btw!

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      Totally agree with you! I just press on the “Phones” button in the navigation button above.

  8. gadget_ocd
    October 4, 2015

    Is there any way we can see all the news on this site by date or something? The layout is quite similar to “The Verge”, and is a pain to navigate!
    Also, what’s this listing for the Find 9?
    http://shop.gizchina.com/oppo/oppo-find-9-black-516.html
    Good deal, btw!

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      Totally agree with you! I just press on the “Phones” button in the navigation button above.

  9. tingeling21
    October 4, 2015

    No B20 🙁
    why?

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      I read on XDA that you can unlock this 😉

      • balcobomber25
        October 4, 2015

        Did you read you could unlock it for this specific phone or for a different phone? There is no way to unlock bands if the phone doesn’t have the required antennae to begin with.

        • A.R. Kolleman
          October 4, 2015

          Yes it’s for the specific phone. The Pro and the Max. You can find it on XDA 😀

          • balcobomber25
            October 4, 2015

            link?

            • A.R. Kolleman
              October 4, 2015

              If I send a link it will get blocked until the moderators check it 😉

            • balcobomber25
              October 4, 2015
            • A.R. Kolleman
              October 4, 2015

              Aaah perfect! Well here is the link then: http://forum.xda-developers.com/general/general/guide-twrp-root-gapps-letv-s1-pro-t3150782/page20

              And yes I know about the antenna 😉 It doesn’t just work on every phone 😉

            • balcobomber25
              October 4, 2015

              I read through that thread an no one can provide any definitive proof that they are actually using Band 20. It would be great for those of you in Europe if this does actually work, but I see these posts on every new phone released and most of them turn out to be false. I would be cautious if your buying this phone with the intention that it will work on 20.

            • A.R. Kolleman
              October 4, 2015

              I’ll probably get one of these phones in a few weeks and I will try it myself. I’m not buying it for the 20 band because here I can also use a few other bands on 4G.

            • balcobomber25
              October 4, 2015

              That’s good just don’t want to see anyone lose money, these phones can be expensive. You will love this phone though, it is very good.

            • A.R. Kolleman
              October 4, 2015

              Yeah indeed haha! I hope so to 😉

  10. tingeling21
    October 4, 2015

    No B20 🙁
    why?

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      I read on XDA that you can unlock this 😉

    • balcobomber25
      October 4, 2015

      Did you read you could unlock it for this specific phone or for a different phone? There is no way to unlock bands if the phone doesn’t have the required antennae to begin with.

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      Yes it’s for the specific phone. The Pro and the Max. You can find it on XDA 😀

    • balcobomber25
      October 4, 2015

      link?

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      If I send a link it will get blocked until the moderators check it 😉

    • balcobomber25
      October 4, 2015

      You can share links on here without issue…

      http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/general/letv-one-max1-x900-main-thread-t3170154/page2

      There are some people who claimed they found a way but no one actually confirms it. The reason I ask is because there is no software trick to unlock a frequency band if the phone doesn’t have the required antennae to begin with.

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      Aaah perfect! Well here is the link then: http://forum.xda-developers.com/general/general/guide-twrp-root-gapps-letv-s1-pro-t3150782/page20

      And yes I know about the antenna 😉 It doesn’t just work on every phone 😉

    • balcobomber25
      October 4, 2015

      I read through that thread an no one can provide any definitive proof that they are actually using Band 20. It would be great for those of you in Europe if this does actually work, but I see these posts on every new phone released and most of them turn out to be false. I would be cautious if your buying this phone with the intention that it will work on 20.

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      I’ll probably get one of these phones in a few weeks and I will try it myself. I’m not buying it for the 20 band because here I can also use a few other bands on 4G.

    • balcobomber25
      October 4, 2015

      That’s good just don’t want to see anyone lose money, these phones can be expensive. You will love this phone though, it is very good.

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 4, 2015

      Yeah indeed haha! I hope so to 😉

  11. Dr rajasekhar reddy
    October 5, 2015

    Dear andi,
    Yesterday i bought letv one pro through u r shop.i just want to know whether it comes with google play services pre installed or we have to install it ourselves.please reply back

    • Aditya
      October 9, 2015

      Man how did you bought it….
      The site was not shipping to my place in INDIA… How do you got t it…?

      • Dr rajasekhar reddy
        October 9, 2015

        Aditya i am staying in dubai and i gave my dubai address

  12. Trayanee
    October 5, 2015

    No B20…pass 🙁

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 6, 2015

      Read more posts 😉 only 2 down 😛

  13. Dr rajasekhar reddy
    October 5, 2015

    Dear andi,
    Yesterday i bought letv one pro through u r shop.i just want to know whether it comes with google play services pre installed or we have to install it ourselves.please reply back

    • Aditya
      October 9, 2015

      Man how did you bought it….
      The site was not shipping to my place in INDIA… How do you got t it…?

    • Dr rajasekhar reddy
      October 9, 2015

      Aditya i am staying in dubai and i gave my dubai address

  14. Trayanee
    October 5, 2015

    No B20…pass 🙁

    • A.R. Kolleman
      October 6, 2015

      Read more posts 😉 only 2 down 😛

  15. Chandan
    October 5, 2015

    For Indian buyers, among gearbest, honorbuy, aliexpress websites, which one is safe to get fast delivery of Leyv one pro. It is unfortunate that gizchina shop do not ship to India. Please suggest and help.

  16. Guest
    October 5, 2015

    For Indian buyers, among gearbest, honorbuy, aliexpress websites, which one is safe to get fast delivery of Leyv one pro. It is unfortunate that gizchina shop do not ship to India. Please suggest and help.

  17. Celso Almeida
    October 5, 2015

    Shipping from Brazil?

  18. Celso Almeida
    October 5, 2015

    Shipping from Brazil?

  19. RoS
    October 6, 2015

    The difference betwen pro and normal version is
    2k/1080p screen
    4gb/3gb RAM
    sd810/ x10 CPU
    ?
    I’m not sure it’s worth to pay extra 100$ for that ?

  20. Guest
    October 6, 2015

    The difference betwen pro and normal version is
    2k/1080p screen
    4gb/3gb RAM
    sd810/ x10 CPU
    ?
    I’m not sure it’s worth to pay extra 100$ for that ?

  21. Aditya
    October 9, 2015

    From where it can be bought at this price 299$….?And from which it can be bought and sip to India too….

  22. Aditya
    October 9, 2015

    From where it can be bought at this price 299$….?And from which it can be bought and sip to India too….

  23. droitega .
    January 2, 2016

    can i fix my broken lcd?

  24. droitega .
    January 2, 2016

    can i fix my broken lcd?