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The LeTV Max Pro could break cover before long with a smaller screen than the original LeMax, but a much zippier Snapdragon 820 chip.
The LeTV Max 2 is apparently less than two weeks away from a formal announcement, although the upgrades compared to the first-gen remain under wraps.
The incoming LeTV LeMax 2 could break every mobile speed record known to mankind, with a Snapdragon 820 chip and 6GB RAM in tow.
Achievements with caveats come quite often in this industry. While not on Apple levels of spectacular, these numbers do look good, though. For comparison, Xiaomi, which kicked into life in 2011, sold 400,000 units on its first year in the market. Meizu‘s first smartphone effort rendered 600,000 sales in 2009. Heck, it took OnePlus just this past year to make over a million sales. But only three months ago did LeTV start marketing a line of three smartphones — the Le 1, the Le 1 Pro and the Snapdragon 810-powered LeMax — and it has just announced its one millionth sale.