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.

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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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  1. Ionut Johnny
    February 1, 2016

    I love the phone looks and specs but the price is a bit too much for me now. I’d love the phone to watch YouTube videos on it, with that big screen is perfect.

  2. Steven Fox
    February 1, 2016

    Screen is too big, anything above 6 inch is a tablet. Should have sticked to the 5.95′ form factor, and I`m still waiting to see if they got rid of those big bezels.

    • balcobomber25
      February 1, 2016

      You could really notice the difference between 5.95 and 6 lol?

      • Steven Fox
        February 2, 2016

        and 6.33, yup, especially on this device which is not top of the line crafting(screen to body ratio). When you use it every day, and you have to use it allot with one-hand you`ll see what I mean.

        • balcobomber25
          February 2, 2016

          I thought I would notice a difference between the 5.5 inch MX5 which is my main phone and the 6 inch Blu Pure Xl which I am testing out for a month. It took less than a day for me to get used to it and I actually prefer the larger phone.

          • BotondKisKovacs
            February 2, 2016

            I had the same fear when moving from a 4.5 inch to a 5.5 but I prefer the bigger one and I would love a 6 inch one. I use all my phones with 2 hands anyway, that’s how I never managed to drop one in all these years.

            • balcobomber25
              February 2, 2016

              I prefer the bigger size because content looks so much better on it.

            • BotondKisKovacs
              February 2, 2016

              I’d prefer a big screen phone for reading a book, browsing, youtube too instead of a tablet. It’s more convenient to have it in a compact format instead of a bulky tablet with 2cm bezels instead of 2mm.
              I even had a few of my shirt pockets modified for my Redmi Note but I wouldn’t mind having them enlarged again for this beauty 🙂

  3. Jay
    February 1, 2016

    I believe there’s a 128 GB version too

  4. Jan ยาน
    February 3, 2016

    westerners usually go like: “OMG, that’s too big”, meanwhile asians: “great, so i can enjoy my content in more detail on a bigger screen”.
    I’m not asian but I liked phablets since Samsung Galaxy Note 1, and everyone was ranting against me back then.
    It looks like the west is also slowly adapting to bigger screens, and 5.5″ is now not only accepted but a minimum requirement for most here. It wasn’t 3 years ago tho’!
    I wonder why in the west bigger devices get accepted slower than in Asia.

  5. Ylletroja
    February 15, 2016

    Great SOC but what most these units lack is a proper rom. I wished they all just would use Cyanogenmod straight off. Buying a phone with a terrible OS is like having a phone that only can use it’s hardware at max 70%.