LeTV Le Max Pro: First Smartphone to Come Powered By Qualcomm’s Flagship Snapdragon 820 Processor

The Qualcomm press event at the biggest tech expo CES 2016 is over and the company has made several announcements related to automotive processors, smart sensor drone, smart home platform and more.

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LeTV Le Max Pro: First Smartphone to Come Powered By Snapdragon 820

Apart from the same, one more important announcement that the chief executive of Qualcomm, Steven Mollenkopf made today that China's Letv will be the first announced customer for the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor for smartphones.

Reportedly, Mollenkopf confirmed that Letv will use the chip in its upcoming smartphone, dubbed the LeTV Le Max Pro. He made the announcement at the Las Vegas trade show and affirmed that this chip will be Qualcomm's flagship chip for making smartphones smarter.

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LeTV Le Max Pro: First Smartphone to Come Powered By Snapdragon 820

Further, Mollenkopf also concluded that the chip is being designed into 80 products, up from 60 in November. And Letv is the first of those to get to a product.

As per the reports, the Letv device will include a feature for multi-gigabit sharing of data between devices, Mollenkopf confirmed.

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LeTV Le Max Pro: First Smartphone to Come Powered By Snapdragon 820

Just ahead of the conference, the Chinese company had already teased a smartphone that will be announced at the event. The teaser image was posted by the company's VP on Weibo (China's Twitter).

Going by the rumors, LeTV Le Max Pro is said to sport a 5.5-inch (2560x1440 pixel resolution) display. Other rumored specs include 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory, 21MP/4MP camera combo, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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