LeEco is a manufacturer from China formerly known under the LeTV brand. Recently, the company launched the Letv Y1 Pro series. This device looks quite similar to the iPhone 13 at a very low price of 499 yuan (about $75).
Before starting its official sale, a real photo of the LeTV Y1 Pro posted by digital blogger @techmeow yesterday is considered a “case-solving”. The picture shows the front of the phone.
Judging from it, all borders of the phone are relatively wide, especially the chin, its width is about to catch up with the bangs at the top, which is quite different from LeTV’s official ultra-narrow bezel render.
LeTV Y1 Pro Specifications
LeTV Y1 Pro is powered by a Unisoc T310 chip. It has 1 ARM Cortex-A75 core clocked at 2GHz and 3 ARM Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.8GHz. Unfortunately, this chip only supports 4G networks, with memory options: 4GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory (users can expand the device’s memory via a microSD card).
LeTV Y1 Pro owns a 6.54-inch LCD screen with HD + resolution of 720 x 1,560 pixels. The device weighs about 208 grams and measures 164.3 x 77.7 x 9.5 mm. In addition, the device will run OS 11 and be secure with face unlock.
In terms of photography, the phone has an 8MP main camera and a 5MP selfie camera (currently the source has not mentioned the other cameras of the device). Next to that is a 4000mAh battery that will power the device and the charger via the USB-C port.
Currently, Letv Y1 Pro is only available in the Chinese market, with a starting price of 499 yuan (equivalent to $75) for the 4GB/32GB memory version, and 699 yuan (about $110) for the 4GB/32GB memory version. 128GB and 899 yuan (around $135) for the top version with 4GB/256GB memory. The pre-sale of this phone has already started and customers can buy it in blue, white, and black colors.