Letv's newest smartphone, the Le 1s, is the latest phone from China's largest online video company. While it very much resembles its predecessor, the Le 1, Letv has added improvements such as a slightly faster processor and more storage space. It will retail for 1,099 yuan in China (converting directly to about $175, £115 or AU$280).
Other specs of the phone include a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 5.5-inch full-HD display. It runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop, but Letv has a custom skin that puts all the apps on the home screen, as with Apple's iOS. Because it's designed with Letv's vast online media library in mind, the app drawer icon has been replaced with a shortcut to quickly access the Letv streaming app.
The phone supports dual-SIM slots, with one slot for a micro-SIM and the other slot for a nano-SIM. Unlike other Chinese dual-SIM phones, you can't use a microSD card in the micro-SIM slot to expand storage space.
Letv claims this is the world's first mirror fingerprint sensor, but couldn't exactly tell me what the mirrored finish actually offers over current matte designs. It does look good, and could serve as a pimple checker in a pinch, I suppose.