LeEco’s Le Max Pro Powered by Snapdragon 820 Passes TENAA
LeEco took over January with a storm. The company that was formerly known as LeTV stole the spotlight at CES 2016 earlier this month by unveiling the Le Max Pro – the world’s first smartphone powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chipset. Now, it looks like the device is ready to hit the markets for sale.
The Le Max Pro has been greenlit by Chinese telecommunication authority TENAA, which means the sale of the device will begin pretty soon.
The Le Max Pro sports a 6.33-inch display with QHD resolution powered by Snapdragon 820 chipset. The device will be equipped with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The camera is said to feature a 21MP sensor for the rear and a 4MP sensor for the front.
Pricing and other details have yet to be revealed. LeEco launched the Le 1s and Le Max in India on the 20th of January with the first flash sale for the Le 1s having concluded today. Reports are that the LeEco received over 5,30,000 registrations for the Le 1s. The flash sale today saw the Le 1s being sold out in less than a minute. With the kind of response LeEco has received from the country, it looks like the Le Max Pro could be the next phone to enter the Indian market.