The Letv Le Max Pro was announced earlier today during CES as Qualcomm introduced it as the first phone to come equipped with the next-gen Snapdragon 820 processor. With this being CES week, a handful of different phone vendors are there to showcase their latest products, and this includes Letv with their upcoming Le Max Pro handset. Alongside the Snapdragon 820 CPU from Qualcomm, the Le Max Pro also boasts some other impressive specifications and hardware which should make it a compelling device to consider.
Among those specs is the device's massive screen which weighs in at 6.33-inches, which for most is going to border close to a small tablet. In reality, though it isn't that much bigger than the Nexus 6P from Huawei. Flipping things over to the back you can see the fingerprint sensor which Qualcomm has already stated will feature their Snapdragon SenseID technology. The Le Max Pro also comes equipped with USB Type-C, and thanks to Qualcomm's quick charge 2.0 technology the device will charge to full up to 75% faster than other devices. Letv has packed the phone with a battery big enough (hopefully) to handle the large screen and powerful processor, coming in at 3,400mAh. We were able to get some hands-on time with the phone at CES, so you can check out the gallery of images below to get a closer look.