As teased, Letv has indeed become the world’s first manufacturer to release a Snapdragon 820 phone.
The feat happens to be achieved by the Letv Le Max Pro, which was launched moments ago at CES 2016.
Besides just the Snapdragon 820 chip, there’s quite a bit that might make the Le Max Pro an object of desire… not only for Chinese tech fans, but also otherwise. Let’s take a look.
What you’ll notice right off the bat is the 6.33-inch 2K (2560 x 1440p) display and a very familiar Letv design. This includes the under-the-digitiser bezels that Letv have made mainstream.
With four 2.2GHz Kyro cores, the Letv Le Max bundles an Adreno 530 GPU and 4GB of RAM. Storage is taken care of by 32/64/128GB options which sound like they offer plenty for users not to bother about microSD inclusion.
Styling is more or less in tune with other Letv models we’ve seen in the past, while being most reminiscent of the Letv Le 1s. A 21 mega-pixel camera sits on the rear of the phone, with a below-par capacity sounding 3,400mAh battery inside of the metal hood.
Perhaps Letv believe they’ve put enough optimisation into the Android 6.0 based EUI ROM to take care of the battery life. What’s your take on the Letv Le Max Pro?