iPhone 14 Pro looks at the price of Redmi Note 11! Check out this Chinese budget phone
iPhone 14 Pro clone: The Letv S1 Pro is a new budget smartphone that looks like an iPhone 14 Pro.
The iPhone 14 Pro is one of the current trendsetters in the smartphone world but its steep price tag puts it out of reach for a lot of people. It's Dynamic island, the pill shaped cutout, the triple rear camera, and a fancy display are iconic but not easily accessible. That said, Letv, a name that is popular for making iPhone clones over the year, now comes up with its newest handset that resembles the iPhone 14 pro. Meet the iPhone 14… err… Letv S1 Pro.
The Letv S1 Pro is a budget smartphone that costs CNY 899 (approximately Rs. 11000), and it will go on sale from January 17. The phone comes in blue and black colours. While the specs sheet is on par with a budget smartphone, the design of the phone largely resembles that of the iPhone 14 Pro.
Letv S1 Pro is an iPhone 14 Pro clone
The phone apes the iPhone 14 Pro to a large extent. The front of the phone has a display with narrow side bezel and a thick chin. There is no notch but there is a small camera cutout shaped like the pill from the iPhone 14 Pro. There is a 5MP single camera only at the front but there is a functional Dynamic Island feature. Letv shows some of the notifications and music widget available on the island.
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The display measures 6.5-inches with HD+ resolution with 60Hz refresh rate and uses an IPS LCD panel. The phone relies on a 12nm octa-core Unisoc T7510 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. The operating system mentioned here is Android but instead of Google apps, it relies on Huawei Mobile Services, which means it comes with the Huawei App Gallery.
The rear shows three camera lens housings but there is just a single 13MP camera sensor. That LiDar sensor-lookalike is just for decoration too. The phone relies on a 5000mAh capacity battery and uses a 10W charging solution.
Letv these days only sells phones in China and is just restricted to budget smartphones, unlike the olden days when it also used to sell in India and compete with the Redmi Note 3.
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