Chinese company LeTV introduced its second smartphone after a long break. Following last year’s LeTV S1 came the LeTV Y1 Pro; The main feature of the novelty was the design borrowed from the iPhone 13. And on the renders, LeTV does not hesitate to draw frames similar in width to the iPhone 13, which, of course, is not true – the lower indent there is about a centimeter high (the real design can be estimated from this video).
But LeTV Y1 Pro really offers three chips that are not in the original: a standard USB Type-C connector, microSD memory cards and a 3.5 mm wired headphone jack.
But otherwise, we have a typical Chinese fake iPhone: a 6.5″ IPS screen with a resolution of 1560×720 pixels, a UniSoC T310 chipset, a 5-megapixel front camera, 4 GB of RAM and a 4000 mAh battery with support for 10-W charging.
Rear camera it looks like a double, but in place of one of the modules there is actually nothing, and the main camera has a modest resolution of 8 megapixels. The price tag is also modest: for the basic version with 32 GB of memory, they ask for only 499 yuan ($74.63). The version with 128 GB of memory priced at 699 yuan ($105), and a 256 GB modification at 899 yuan ($134).
An interesting picture from the official description of the smartphone: I wonder if LeTV scored on adapting the software to an unusual screen or is it just a crooked photoshop?