If you were thinking that a famous mobile phone manufacturer would be the first in line to have the Snapdragon 820 into one of their phones, probably with Sony or Samsung, then you wouldn’t expect the LeTV Le Max Pro to have it instead. It’s not a company that reaches ears quite easily in modern times, but it does exist. Furthermore, although sounding French, it actually comes from a Chinese OEM which is along the lines of Huawei and ZTE.
Can the LeTV Le Max Pro Match up to Today’s Standards of Smartphone Speeds With its Snapdragon 820 Chipset?
With phones from ZTE and Huawei to have already graced the market with a lot of impressive smartphones, it should come to no surprise that the LeTV Le Max Pro can do the same, right? Well, it is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, which is made up of four Qualcomm Kyro cores all clocked at 2.2GHz. These are then paired with an Adreno 530 GPU. The mobile phone also sports 4GB of RRAM, therefore multitasking should be smooth, right?
Looking at these hardware specs on paper and you would immediately tell yourself, “Wow, that is an impressive smartphone.” However, experience with the Le Max Pro is a bit far from satisfactory. For instance, it has a hard time running any intensive games. There have also been reports wherein the phone has even more trouble running said games along with benchmark apps to see how it compares with other phones in the market. But these are just for said graphically intensive games; but when it comes to real world use, the chipset in the phone does prove to be much faster than its own predecessor.
First impressions about the chipset will immediately tell you that it is fast, and it is. However, its quickness is not noticeable enough. Still, the phone that sport a good number of high-end tech. To start, it is available in three internal storage capacities, namely a 32GB, a 64GB, and a 128GB model. The display is an enormous 6.33-incher and thus it is perhaps one of the biggest smartphones out there.
LeTV Le Max Pro has a quad-HD panel which is large and pleasingly bright, with nice viewing angles all around. It also presents a lot of detail. What could immediately strike you off the bat is not the phone’s speed but its 1080p display. Still, there is just about nothing else for the phone that sets it apart from the competition other than its chipset. If you didn’t know about the Snapdragon 820 beforehand, then you would think that it is just another large smartphone to enter the market.