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iPhone 13 look-alike smartphone launched with 256GB storage, priced below Rs 8,000

New Delhi: LeTV has launched its new budget smartphone in China. The new LeTV Y1 Pro+ has a glimpse of the iPhone 13. The phone has been made available for pre-order in China. LeTV Y1 Pro+ will go on sale in China from November 24. What’s so special about this budget smartphone, know the price, features and specifications of this phone in detail.

LeTV Y1 Pro+ Features
LeTV Y1 Pro+ phone is a budget smartphone. The company has made this phone similar in design to the Apple iPhone 13. The camera module on the rear of the phone also looks similar to the iPhone 13. At first glance, this phone looks like an iPhone.

LeTV Y1 Pro+ Specifications
LeTV Y1 Pro+ has a 6.5 inch LCD screen. It has a resolution of 1560 x 720 pixels. The phone is powered by UniSoc Tiger T610 octa-core processor. The phone is based on 12nm process technology. The smartphone has a Mali-G52 GPU for graphics. The device has been launched with 6GB RAM plus 64GB storage and 4GB RAM plus 128GB storage and 4GB RAM plus 256GB storage.

LeTV Y1 Pro+ has an 8-megapixel single rear sensor. The handset has a second sensor dummy on the rear. Which is made available for look only. The dummy sensor makes the phone look like an iPhone. The phone has a 5-megapixel front camera for selfies and video calling. It has a 4000mAh battery to power the phone. G supports 10W charging. The phone has been launched in Starlight White, Midnight Black and Starry Blue colors.

LeTV Y1 Pro+ Price

The LeTV Y1 Pro+ 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant is priced at 499 Yuan (approximately Rs. 5,700), the 4GB RAM + 128GB storage variant is priced at 599 Yuan (approximately Rs. 6,800) and the 4GB RAM + 256GB storage variant is priced at 499 Yuan (approximately Rs. 699 yuan is almost 8 thousand rupees.

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