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LeTV Y2 Pro launched iPhone 13 Pro copy with Android 11 + Huawei HMS



LeTV Y2 Pro

Yes, the title and the image are quite correct, LeTV is back and the Chinese phone maker has brought in a new phone – LeTV Y2 Pro smartphone with iPhone 13 Pro design and it features Huawei software services – HMS Core. The phone is a kind of super cheap copy of the iPhone 13 Pro but it’s not the first when LeTV has brought in such a device because LeTV Y1 Pro already blended Apple’s iPhone 13 design into a low-nutrition diet.

The interesting part of the story is that the LeTV Y2 Pro is powered by Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) and since it has Huawei’s software system in China, it’s a big hand that’s supported by a large ecosystem from the Chinese tech giant.

The LeTV Y2 Pro comes in three color options Black, Blue, and Orange, and has three variants – 4GB+32GB, 4GB+128GB, and 6GB+256GB, priced at 599 yuan, 799 yuan, and 999 yuan respectively.

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This cheap interpretation of the iPhone 13 Pro is marketed with the Android 11 operating system and Huawei HMS core cloud services as well as mobile applications, also, the LeTV Y2 Pro features a triple rear camera, fingerprint unlocks, AI features, and frosted glass back, and an Octa-core processor.

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That’s not the end guys, this new LeTV phone sports a 6.5-inch display with a number of new smart features offered by the Le OS 9.1. It packs a 4000mAh battery with dual sim card support. Currently, the phone is not ready to ship for the global market but it will only be released in the Chinese market.

Y1 Pro:

A few months ago, LeTv launched the Y1 Pro, which was a copy of the standard iPhone 13 with a number of stripped capabilities. You can call it just another version of the iPhone 13 (i am serious about that) because it features a 6.5-inch 1560 x 720 LCD resolution display with a notch on the head, it supports face recognition, a 4G processor, as well as a 4000 mAh battery that supports 10W charging.

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Jokes aside, LeTV has given a good restart to its mobile business, and starting from the entry-level phones could be a better choice for this Chinese phone maker.

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.