What is Le TV? Le TV is a Chinese company that has developed the first USB Type-C “Superphone.” Who would have thought a unknown company out of China would beat big time players like Apple. Le Tv introduced three new Android based “superphones” that feature a reversible socket. Le TV’s flagship “superphone” has Android 5.0, a 6.33 inch Quad HD display, snapdragon 810 chip that is 2 GHz- octacore 64-bit processing chip. Le TV’s Le Max comes with 4 GB of LPDDR4 RAM, either 64 GB or 128 GB internal storage and a 21-megapixel f/2.0 camera that has Sony’s new IMX230 sensor. The camera has optical stabilization and a dual tone flash as well as a bright 5-ultrapixel selfie.
The Le TV’s Le Max has an ESS HI-Fi chip with an AKG’s audio tuning. The Le Tv’s Le Max also boasts one-touch fingerprint reader that is on the back, infrared remote, dual LTE SIM support, wireless HD display link and a 3500 mAh battery. Le TV took its design cues from the iPhone 6 Plus, HTC One Max and the Huawei’s Mate 7 and made a sweet looking phone.
Le TV has several other smartphones. One is the Le 1, it is a normal smartphone but still has great features. The Le TV’s Le 1 has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a MediaTek Helio X10 2.2 GHz octacore 64-bit processing chip. The Le TV’s Le 1 has 3 GB of LPDDR3 RAM and you can pick from the following internal storage options: 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB. The back camera is 21-megapixels and almost identical to the camera on the Le Max. The battery is the same as well. There is no Hi-Fi chip in the Le 1 and it is not uni-bodied as with the Le Max but for a less expensive version, it is a great value for the price.
Le TV has come out knocking on the competition’s door. LeTV is a new Chinese company making smartphones for the first time. Unlike other smartphone makers, Le TV has decided to go big or go home and that approach, along with advertising, has allowed Le TV to become a contender in the smartphone market in China.
Le TV’s Le 1 retails for approximately 1,499 yuan 9this translates to approximately $240 American dollars). The Le Max price has yet to be released but I am sure it will be competitively priced. Le TV is going to be crowdsourcing for a price for the flagship superphone. This marketing tactic should cause worry among competitors such as Xiaomi and Huawei. Individuals who live in China can preorder the superphone as well as the less expensive options from Le TV and the Le TV is planning on beginning production on the Le 1 and the Le 1 Pro soon.
If this smartphone turns out to be as good as it seems, the people around the world will be salivating for a Le TV smartphone. Le TV is not a company to be taken lightly as its first phones have come out ready to fight and take its competition down. Le TV is going somewhere and I hope Samsung, Apple, LG and others are taking note.