Snapdragon 820-powered Le Max Pro gets network certified in China

The world’s first ever Snapdragon 820 phone, i.e., the LeEco Le Max Pro, is headed for its home country.

LeEco (formerly Letv) announced the phone at CES 2016 a few weeks back. Since then, the phone has gained massive popularity — more for the trivia (read: first SD820 phone) than anything else.

Nonetheles, the Le Max Pro is set to launch in China in the coming weeks. Testimony to that is evidence of the phone’s certification process through TENAA, the regulatory authority that has leaked scores of phones in the past.

The Snapdragon 820 phone will come accompanied with 4GB of RAM, 64GB on-board storage, a massive 6.33-inch 2K display, 21 mega-pixel rear camera and a 4 mega-pixel UltraPixel camera on the front.

Le Max Pro: TENAA Photos

You can find the full spec and feature list (and HD photos) for the Le Max Pro here. In China, the phone is expected to retail for around the $540 mark, roughly ~3500 Yuan.

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