The expansion of Chinese companies is already unquestionable. Asian firms which years ago were “novelty” in the technology fairs today have almost as much weight (or the same) that other companies considered life. Therefore, it is not surprising that LeTV has wanted to try his luck in the 2016 CES in Las Vegas, showing the world its new Le Max Pro, a phone that can boast of being the first to run Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset. Do you want to know more? Because you count after the jump. Follow us.
As you see Le Max Pro follows a very fashionable line among current terminals, with wide screen (6.33 inches WQHD) almost without frames and gold metallic finish casing – in fact, reminds me a lot to Mate 8 of Huawei. At the rear the fingerprint reader, is located place where also the 21 megapixel main camera is housed. Inside there is room for 32, 64 or 128 GB of storage, as well as a 2400 mAh battery, although without doubt the highlight is commitment to 820 of Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, combined with an Adreno GPU 530 and 4 GB of RAM.
Although this may sound quite impressive, the truth is that in practice it is difficult to guess having these bowels. Let me explain: the phones have already reached such an extent that differentiate between the performance of one or the other is difficult without putting them face to face, so although I can tell you that Le Max Pro feels agile and very fluid, not I can assure that it is more than any other current top of the Android market (comes with 6.0 Android Marshmallow (by the way, and an own layer).
We don’t have for the moment data on marketing but it seems that at first the idea of LeTV is open to the U.S. market, so it might take a little longer in being seen by other lands. We are sure that the market, much more accustomed to the new trends in Chinese, also receives with open arms.