For whatever reason, Chinese phone makers have opted for April to be their big launch month and release new hardware. Here are details of 10 of the most exciting launches we will see this April!
The LetV X600 once again jumps on our screens before it has officially even launched in more leaked photos.
More photos of the infamous LeTV smartphone have been leaked on Weibo, showing us the closest look of a working version of the phone so far.
The best look yet at the LeTV Android phones due for launch this month plus details of pricing.
If you are like me you are probably shouting “come on LeTV, just release your damn phones” but as they are not listening we only have more leaks and unconfirmed details for you.
LeTV could be set for an April 2nd launch or announcement for their new range of smartphones.
LeTV are really teasing us now with some of the most revealing photos of their upcoming flagship phone we have seen so far.
USB C has been causing quite a stir since Apple, Google and Nokia all chose to adopt the new connector. So who will be next? LeTV seem to think it will be them.
Another one of LeTV’s up coming phones is exposed once again, this model sporting a plastic body not to different from that of the Meizu m1 note.
LeTV’s teaser roll out continues with the release of a video depicting their 6.3-inch phablet.
LeTV are slowly working up to a full on unveil of their new flagship phone, with a good close look at part of the rear of their new phone to start the weekend.
In a press release posted today, LeTV have announced that it’s upcoming Android phone will use tactile feedback tech to allow users to ‘feel’ video.
LeTV have posted more teasers for their phone on Weibo teasing that they plan to launch better iPhone 6 Plus.
Chinese video streaming site, LeTV have been connected to a couple of rumours regarding 3 possible smartphone launches, those rumours are still alive with another possible leak and news of a launch date.
LeTV could be ready to give birth to 3 phones! A new leak reveals naming and partial specifications for this trio of flagships.
It certainly seems that LeTV are going to head in to the smartphone market, with an audio centric device, as another teaser hits the news.
LeTV are up again for another launch this time on the same day as the Meizu m1 mini, and possibly with their very own smartphone.
Although a leaked photos of a LeTV smartphone was spotted yesterday, today’s launch only revealed a new mobile and in car OS.
Creeping under the radar is Chinese video streaming service LeTV who are rumoured to be launching a flagship Android smartphone tomorrow.
Another video streaming service has teamed up with a hardware maker in an attempt to invade Chinese living rooms. IQiyi smart TV’s will start at just $490 for the 48-inch version!