First we thought it would be the Xiaomi Mi5, then came the rumors about the Samsung becoming the first smartphone with Snapdragon 820 but now a less heard Chinese smartphone manufacturer LeTV became the first smartphone manufacturer to come up with a Snapdragon 820 powered handset named LeTV Le Max Pro. Steven Mollenkopf, the CEO of Qualcomm unveiled the Le Max Pro at the CES on Tuesday. Other than this feat, the Le Max Pro also officially became the first smartphone to come packed with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Sense ID ultrasonic fingerprint technology. The fingerprint sensor is placed on the rear of the smartphone. The back of the Le Max Pro also features antenna line somewhat similar to the kind we saw on the iPhone 6/6S. The LeTV Le Max Pro will carry a price tag of RMB 3,500 (around $535). This is the LeTV Le Max Pro Price in China.
Let’s check the LeTV Le Max Pro Specifications, the Le Max Pro is a beast of a smartphone, it’s huge and can be called a phablet. The smartphone features a metal build and on the front it sports a large 6.33-inch 2K display that has a resolution of 2560 x 1460 pixels and pixel density of 464 ppi.
LeTV Le Max Pro First Smartphone with Snapdragon 820, LeTV Le Max Pro Price, Leaks, News, Specs, Release Date
The LeTV Le Max Pro will be powered by the newest Snapdragon 820 flagship chipset. The Snapdragon 820 incorporates four Qualcomm Kryo CPU cores that are clocked at 2.2 GHz. The Kryo CPU is manufactured using the 16nm process that is more efficient. The beastly processor is again coupled with 4GB of RAM and Adreno 530 GPU to take care of graphic intensive tasks.
Coming to the camera department, the LeTv Le Max Pro flaunts a 21MP primary camera on the rear with OIS. Coming to the software, the LeTV Le Max Pro runs LeTV’s own custom UI over the Android v6.0 Marshmallow. The huge high performing smartphone is packed with a 3400mAh battery unit with Quick Charge 2.0. The smartphone has a USB Type C-Port.
The smartphone looks very impressive and the new Snapdragon 820 processor already has a lot of hopes riding on it. With the overheating fiasco of the previous generation Snapdragon 810 processor, it will be worth seeing how does the latest processor perform when it is subjected to the real world usage. For that, we will have to wait for a few more days before we can get our hands on one of these devices.