Making a Wi-Fi router apparently seems to have become a style statement among Chinese mobile OEMs. The tide was first stated by the country's largest smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi who launched their first set of Wi-Fi router earlier this year with storage space of upto 6TB!
The company followed it up with a tiny router dubbed as the Nano WiFi router at their MIUI 7 China ROM premiere in Beijing on the 13th this month. And now it seems like another Chinese counterpart LeTv has joined Xiaomi in their router making drive.
In a set leaked images unearthed by popular Chinese tech website, Gizchina the black version of the LeTv router is clearly visible. The router possesses two 5 dbi antennas and comes in a small package. The body of the LeTv router seems to have a matte soft touch finish. Along with the leaked set of images of the router, there's also a few screenshots of the app accompanying the device.
At the first glance the router is reminiscent of the Mi Mouse pads - mainly due to it slim and flat profile. This basic router has no internal storage, but with a special app you will be able to connect to the router through your LeTV account which give access to cloud storage also. The technical specifications of the router aren't known as of now. But expect support for dual bands - 2.4GHz and 5GHz.
In case you are unaware of the company called LeTv let's remind you that the company has developed many a fan fare across the world mainly due to its online streaming software. Gradually the company has expanded its portfolio by entering the Android TV and mobile market during the end of last year. In face the company recorded an epic 1 million sales figure for their Le Super phone device last quarter.
According to a previous leak, LeTv is supposedly planning to bring their trio of Le Superphones to the Indian market this fall. Hence's there's big possibility that the company might bring this router along too. The company is presently working on a SD820 device off late - expected launch March, 2016.