LeEco, the Chinese Technology company which has hit the records in many Asian countries may have had just accidently spoiled their debut on the US soil. The company was supposed to unveil its lineup for the US market in an event on October 19th .
LeEco on their website nearly gave the information of all the prices, launches and specifications of products being brought in the market.
From the website, it is to be believed that the company will be bringing out 2 smartphones and 4 Televisions for the US market, namely:-
- Le Max 2 smartphone
- Le S3 smartphone
- LeEco Super4 X43 Pro TV
- LeEco Super4 X55 TV
- LeEco Super4 X65 TV
- LeEco uMax85 TV
Le Max 2
The Le Max 2 smartphone was earlier announced in April of this year, which featured a 5.7″ Quad HD display, 21MP camera, 4GB or 6GB of RAM placed over Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor,powered by 3100 mAh battery, previous generation Android (v6.0 marshmallow), fingerprint scanner, and Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. It’s in dark if $349 is the starting price ($289 after discount) for the 4GB/32GB model. Internationally, the Le Max 2 is available all the way up to a 6GB/128GB variant.
Le S3 Superfone
The second phone is the Le S3, which appears spec by spec to the internationally available LeEco Le 2. It has the same Snapdragon 652 processor powered by 3000 mAh battery, screen being a 5.5″ Full HD with Quick Charge 3.0, a 16MP rear shooter, a fingerprint scanner, and running previous generation android(v6.0 marshmallow) neither the Le Max 2 or S3 offer headphone jacks, but the international Le Max 2 and Le 2 both included USB to 3.5mm adapters in the box. The price for the Le S3 is listed as $169 after discount,this might be just a placeholder. The standard price appears to be $299 and there is “60 UP2U” savings applied. A $60 discount make the final price to $239, of course, so we’re not sure why the site is showing $169. This question can’t be answered only before the event on 19th October.
LeEco will sell three different models in its Super4 line — a X43 Pro, a X55, and a X65. The TVs definitely have a placeholder in place of the actual price , as two of them appeared with $14.99 price tags. The fourth unit is the uMax85. having already owned Vizio, one of popular California-based TV manufacturer with already US brand recognition, LeEco is marketing its new TVs under the LeEco name. The product description also indicates the units will run Android TV.
They would also see a host of LeEco apps on there – a “LIVE” app, a “Le” app, Levidi, LeZone, MyLeEco. Clearly, LeEco wants to load up these TVs with their services.
This all is surprising as well as confusing in all the terms, but the rest of the information and what all is to come will only be known at the event which is on 19th October.