The Le 1 is barely six months old, but manufacturer Letv already has a newer and better version for sale in China.
Qualcomm's speedy 820 processor makes its first handset appearance with a company you've never heard of.
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Featuring high-end specs, a USB Type-C port and access to Letv's huge catalog of streaming entertainment, the Le 1 Pro Superphone will head to the US later this year.
LeEco, previously known as LeTV, will launch its Le 1s and Le Max Pro smartphones in India as part of a greater push into the subcontinent.
Coming to the US later this year after an initial launch in China, the Le 1 Pro Superphone features a 5.5-inch display, a 13-megapixel camera and access to LeTV's inventory of movies, shows, and live events.
Debuting just six months after the first Letv Le 1 launched, this sequel phone keeps the same looks while making some improvements to its processor, camera and storage space.
Already available in China and heading to the US, the Le 1 Pro Superphone is equipped with a 5.5-inch display and access to Letv's streaming video services.
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The Letv Le Max Pro is the first phone to feature Qualcomm's powerful chipset, the Snapdragon 820.
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