LeTV has joined the mobile phone game with their announcement of three phone models, the Le One, Le One Pro and Le Max.
LeTV is a media service provider in China by number of visitors and total watch time. Since 2013, they have entered the market with their smart television units and have now joined the mobile phone competition.
The Le One Pro or the LeTV X900 (乐视超级手机 Pro) is designed with super thin bezel in mind, with over 80.3% of the front surface area dedicated to the screen, leaving a thin display frame of only 1mm. The frame is constructed out of aluminum and looks very similar to the HTC One M8 / M9.
The Le One Pro runs on the latest Snapdragon 810 CPU, with 4 GB of RAM. The display is a 2560 x 1600 5.5″ screen, with dual SIM 4G capability. Probably only support China 4G network only though. Powering the phone, is a 3000mAH battery. It also sports a USB-C connector, similar to the Nokia N1. There’s a 21 MP Sony IMX 230 rear shooter, and a fingerprint sensor. It will cost 2499 RMB or around S$550. That’s cheaper than the 2799 RMB Mi Note Pro with the Snapdragon 810 CPU.
The lower end Le One (乐视超级手机) retails for only 1499 RMB, at S$328. It sports a MediaTek processor MTK 6795, 3GB of RAM, and 16 GB of storage. It sports a 5.5″ full HD screen, with 1.2 mm bezel. It uses a 13 MP rear shooter, with OIS. Similarly, it sports a USB-C connector.
On the other end, the Le One Max sports a 6.33″ screen for those craving for a phablet size phone to consume LeTV media content. It has similar specs to the Le One Pro, other than the larger screen.