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Letv launches world’s thinnest TV – 65-inch

Yesterday Letv unveiled the world’s thinnest TV, Super 4 Max 65 Blade at the Consumer Electronic Show(CES) in Las Vegas 2016. This television super slick and slim at just 3.9mm thickness which is equal to two coins put together.

The Super 4 Max 65 Blade has got a separate speaker and it is the first product of company’s second series of TV after 70-inch Super 4 Max 70 and 65-inch Super 4 Max 65 Curved were launched in Beijing two weeks ago. The Televisions from Letv have access to the company’s wide variety of online content library and a wide range of applications.

At CES 2016, Letv also revealed its cooperation with Faraday Future, a new and emerging electric car project in America. The company has also released its latest smartphone, Le Max Pro – the world’s first phone that runs on Qualcomm 820 processor.

Le Max Pro

Letv’s newest smartphone – Le Max Pro packs a super-fast LTE, and super-fast multi-band WiFi 802.11ad wireless connectivity. Also, the device supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0, which means that users will be able to charge its battery from 0% to 60% in just 30 minutes. Letv has not revealed the price and a detailed specs list for the Le Max Pro.

Also Read: Sony’s Slimmest Android TV

About Shobhit Aggarwal

Shobhit Aggarwal
Shobhit Aggarwal is the founder of Gadgets Parade. He is a tech geek from over a decade. He is very passionate to know more about new improvements in the tech world and tries to adapt it as much as possible. His first goal is to suggest his viewers with the best technology which the money can buy and also which can ease their life. Second, he wants everyone to get updated with the technological news as the world is adopting technology so fast, in almost every field. His suggestions and reviews are based on his understand and experience, they are totally unbiased.

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