Letv S1 Pro with similar design to iPhone 14 Pro, Huben T7510 SoC announced
Letv has announced that it will launch the Letv S1 Pro in China soon. It will be an affordable 5G smartphone that will be powered by the Huben T7510 SoC which is a locally developed chip that is said to deliver similar performance to Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 series chipsets. However, the most notable aspect of this handset is its apparent resemblance to the iPhone 14 Pro. The Letv S1 Pro apparently sports a triple rear camera layout identical to that of the iPhone 14 Pro, along with several other physical similarities.
In a post on Weibo, Letv announced on Wednesday that the Letv S1 Pro will soon be launched in China. It will be an affordable 5G smartphone that will be powered by a Huben T7510 SoC. The company has yet to provide details of the handset, including its specs, pricing and availability.
The recently announced Letv S1 Pro apparently resembles the design of the iPhone 14 Pro. It appears to sport a similar rear camera layout to the Apple handset. Additionally, this smartphone is depicted with a pill-shaped cutout on the front. However, it is unclear whether the Letv S1 Pro will offer similar functionality to Dynamic Island on the iPhone 14 Pro.
This is not the first time that Letv has been heavily influenced by the design of iPhone models. It previously launched the Letv Y1 Pro+, which looks a lot like the iPhone 13. The price of this smartphone started at CNY 499 (around Rs 6,000) for the base 4GB RAM + 64GB storage model. .
The Letv Y1 Pro+ is equipped with a 6.5-inch LCD screen (720 x 1560 pixels). This smartphone gets a similar notch on the front for the selfie camera as the iPhone 13. Moreover, the 8-megapixel sensor on the back is arranged in a square module. The rear camera setup on the handset also resembles the layout of the iPhone 13 models.
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