It didn’t take much time for the Chinese media giant, LeTV to make its mark in the domestic smartphone industry. The company’s Le series has received tremendous response in the home market in just a matter of seven months and now the company is eyeing other big markets like India.
After the launch of the value for money LeTV 1S, all our eyes are set on the high-end flagship that’s going to debut next year, namely the LeTV Max Pro. We have already seen the handset a couple of times on benchmarking apps revealing it’s powerful specs, and now, we have spotted some HD renders of the device. Of course, at this moment, there’s no way to confirm that these renders are the real deal, but from their design language, it seems to be a continuation of the design followed by other Le series phones.
According to the renders leaked today, the LeTV Max Pro will feature a slightly curved front. The curve is actually at the bottom region, and could possibly feature a fingerprint sensor (Qualcomm’s 3D Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor?). We don’t see a sensor at the back, hence, it’s possible that the sensor is under the front glass. All LeTV high-end models came with fingerprint sensor, so there’s no reason why the company would abandon the feature in its new flagship.
As for the back, it’s pretty clean except for the camera and the flash. The design is quite similar to existing LeTV phones, with the speaker grill located near the bottom region. Like the other models, the phone is expected to feature an all-metal design.
Like mentioned above, we already know the possible specs of the LeTV Max Pro. The phone is said to come with Snapdragon 820 on board with 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM. There will be a 5.5-inch display with 2K resolution. The back will feature a 21MP camera while, up front, it looks like there will be a 4MP Ultrapixel sensor. Finally, for software, you can expect the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow version.
Snapdragon 820 along with these specs definitely make the phone a high-end device. That’s kind of confirmed by the recent benchmark scores revealed by AnTuTu. The phone managed to score about 133K on the AnTuTu benchmark test, which is much higher than anything that we have seen recently. So, the phone could turn out to be a real powerhouse.
So, what do you think about the renders? Do you like the design?