According to a screenshot obtained by Chinese website Mobile-dad, the Le Max Pro will be sold for 3,500 CNY - that's about $530. In the US, the device will probably cost a bit more, but we assume the price won't be higher than $600 (of course, we might be wrong).
Running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the Le Max Pro is made out of metal, and is quite a big handset, as it sports a 6.33-inch IPS display with 1440 x 2560 pixels. Thanks to its Snapdragon 820 processor that's paired with 4 GB of RAM, the Le Max Pro seems more than capable of providing a smooth user experience. The smartphone has a Qualcomm Sense ID fingerprint sensor on the back (next to a 21 MP camera), and offers 64 GB of internal memory. For a closer look at the new handset, check out our Letv Le Max Pro hands-on from CES 2016 (video included).
Since we don't know exactly when the Letv Le Max Pro will go on sale, it's unclear if this is going to be the first commercially available Snapdragon 820-based smartphone, or just the first that's announced to use this chipset.
source: Mobile-dad (translated)