Apple iPhones have become the industry standard in the mobile phone market. Even people who don’t own an iPhone can’t ignore this reality. But make no mistake, Samsung Galaxy phones are also a benchmark that many Chinese manufacturers emulate. Xiaomi’s smartphones were true iPhone clones when they were first released around 12 years ago. However, as the company grew, it dropped its policy of explicitly stealing ideas or features from larger brands. However, Chinese brands continue to clone the iPhone. LeEco has just introduced the LeEco S1 Pro, a new 5G smartphone.
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The best thing about this device is that, at first glance, it’s hard to tell it apart from the iPhone 14 Pro. The screen has the same lozenge-shaped hole in the middle as the iPhone 14 Pro series. On the back, the camera has the same appearance than the iPhone 14 Pros. It doesn’t have the Apple logo, but it does have the LeEco logo on the bottom back. This device has drawn a lot of attention because it looks a lot like the iPhone 14 Pro.
Leeco S1 Pro Specifications
Recently, the LeEco S1 Pro appeared in the MIIT database, where the basic specifications were shown. The LeEco S1 Pro has an exact copy of the 6.5-inch center punch-hole display of the iPhone 14 Pro. But the frame of this device is a bit different. LCD is used for the display, which has a resolution of 1600 x 720.
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This device is powered by the UNISOC T7510 SoC, which has an 8-core CPU with four 2.0 GHz Arm Cortex-A75 and four 1.8 GHz Arm Cortex-A55 processors. The chip has multimedia features such as a 4K codec at 30fps, 802.11AC, BT 5.0 and more. The 5G connection is made possible by the Ivy V510 external baseband, which also supports NSA/SA 5G dual-mode full Netcom. It only has a 13 MP camera at the rear and a 5 MP camera at the front. The body weighs 208 g and is 9.50 mm thick. It comes with a large 5000 mAh battery that can be charged at 10W.
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