Chinese company LeTV's latest smartphone - the Le Max Pro - will carry a price tag of RMB 3,500 (around $535) in China. This was revealed by a leaked screenshot/teaser obtained by a Chinese website.
If you aren't already aware, the Le Max Pro was unveiled by Qualcomm as the first Snapdragon 820-powered smartphone at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this week.
As for other specs, the handset has a 6.3-inch (2,560 x 1,440 pixel resolution) display and 4GB RAM, sports a 21MP rear camera, and runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow with custom LeTV skin on top. It also features ultrasonic fingerprint technology and supports WiFi ad.
There's currently no information on when the Le Max Pro will go on sale.
Hmm..The specs of the phone do sound good but with brands like these the biggest problem is with after-sales service and of proper Android updates. Other than that the screen is way too huge, a phone 6.33 inch screen is clearly aimed at a niche segme...
You live in asia and europe since you know this? Note also not every people in a country in those continents have the same tasks and have the same fad since not all country is developed and may not experience fast internet or buy flagship phones like...
GSMarena why don't you add le eco phones to your database so that we can compare and give opinion