Can't wait to see people walking and talking around with their 12 and above inched phablets/tablets/portable TV's
what 4mp ultrapixel it is copied htc tecnology for selfie (dnt kid me)
letv ruined all its chances to enter the market with a bang, 6.33 inch phone? are u kidding me. its for the few range of people who still use their tablets as a phone but want something more powerful. a price above Rs 30k is not going to help as well. 5.2 inch is the new winner in terms of size. a thin bezel with it is perfect.waiting for k4 note though and redmi note 3, letv le 1s is passe as it lacks a good camera and bad construction
vito, 27 Dec 2015The name allready exists: "Phablet" .It's a bog smartfone or small tablet with phone possibility5.1-6.99" is a pretty broad range, narrow it down to 5.7" and call 6" devices what they really are, semi/mini tablets.
AnonD-463876, 27 Dec 2015My sentiments exactly, people who buy phones this big are just attention seekers imho and I ag... moreThe name allready exists: "Phablet" .It's a bog smartfone or small tablet with phone possibility
No more difference between small tablet and a big smartfone.The actual name for this is "Phablet"
Arif238, 26 Dec 2015I don't understand why every Chinese manufacturer tries to put their own heavily modified ... moreMy sentiments exactly, people who buy phones this big are just attention seekers imho and I agree 5.7" should be the cutoff point, the industry should come up with a new term for anything bigger than that.
AnonD-408750, 26 Dec 2015I think this might be the sweet-spot for a tab-pho. Huge screen, yet still jacket pocketable!... moreSweet spot, really? How will you carry what is essentially a mini tablet around during hot seasons without a jacket on? I'm not about to start wearing cargo shorts again lol
AnonD-75819, 26 Dec 2015Trying to imagine how ridiculous will it look to talk using this massive semi tablet. Lol. Goo... moreThat's what the ultra big screen fanboys mean when they say 6.3"+ semi-tablets are great for watching videos lol
coyz, 26 Dec 2015It is too big for a phone! More than 6" must have been already a tablet.6" is big, a borderline tablet but 6.3" is just laughable. You can't hold a device that gargantuan with one hand or tuck it away in your pocket with ease or even hold it close to your face to make calls with it.
there is nothing wrong with having a big screen. most people like it and that is the reason why this is the trend. i don't like it so i don't buy it, as simple as that. just because of the size of the phone one cannot say it is a bad device.
Funny to see some comments on this phone size! I have it and believe me, it is slightly bigger than iPhone 6/6s plus which is only 5.5 inches. The idea of this phone is to get rid of unnecessary tablets. LetV as such is not a mobile maker to start with. It is using its mobile as part of its content delivery ecosystem. Look at it as Apple TV sort of Chinese equivalent.
Yes, you need a bigger screen for such TV/Video Content.
The screen is top notch, it has 4 GB RAM, 810 SD, 128 GB space, Dual SIM - Dual Standby, USB-C, one of the best cameras in the market (I am comparing all flagship across platforms including Note 5, iPhone, Sony Xperia, Lumia), its ROM has lots of Chinese stuff which are the only distraction I have with this device. I hardly use Mobile for taking calls instead only use Bluetooth Head Sets.
Their stock ROM updates every month without fail for the past 4-5 months. Even Samsung does not provide any updates for their flagship mobiles!
ljames, 27 Dec 2015They all look the same now.Agree. The edge to edge display with no side bezel other than the top and bottom bezel. The same design with metal back and square/circle fingerprint sensor that also always at the back. Same gold or rose gold color scheme. This design is overused already. Where had I seen them? Oh, wait. Thats right. Huawei, Meizu, Gionee, Lenovo, Xiaomi and more.
They must have launched letv le 1s(x500) at 11k instead of this big phablet.it will be flop for sure for letv in India.