LeEco Le 2 and Max 2 officially make a debut in India
After a dubious and silent entry in the suburbs of May, the Le 2 has made a debut in India officially. LeEco at an extraordinary event in New Delhi, announced the Le 2 and the Le Max 2 along with a CDLA music technology. The a-brimming company has been shaking the smartphone market in the year of 2016 with a great amalgamation of top of the line specs and disruptive pricing.
The Le 2 is priced at Rs.11,999/- which equals roughly to $180. The Le 2 is not only a benevolent choice but also gives a stunning performance for this price tag. On the other hand, the LeEco Max 2 comes in at Rs.22,999/- which is roughly equal to $350. The Max 2 serves as a flagship phone which surely challenges the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, just to vanquish in the game, as LeEco would like to promise.
The LeEco Le 2 brings aboard a 5.5 inch 1080p screen with beautiful and vivid colours. It sports a Snapdragon 652 processor along with a 3GB RAM. On the camera front, the primary sensor features as a 16MP shooter and the front one holds a mark of 8MP. The phone additionally brandishes a 32GB inbuilt storage, dual sim support, USB-C charging, USB-C Audio, 3000mAh battery and an aluminium design.
Meanwhile, the Le Max 2 doesn’t compromise at all on amazing specs, it carries each one of those flagship killer specs, taking over the phrase proudly, the “Next big thing” or the new “Flagship Killer”. Snapdragon 820 lies in the soul, with two different purchase options: 4GB RAM in combination with 32GB of RAM or a gigantic 6GB RAM along with 64GB storage. The display on this phone sizes up to 5.7inches and sports a 2K resolution. One the camera side, a boost is visible, the phone embraces a 21MP Sony IMX230 for the read camera and an 8MP front facing sensor. Nothing to compromise, the phone also has a dual SIM compatibility, USB-C audio and charging; all encased within an aluminium body that appears to be slick and awesome.
What’s more is that the company enables users to have ‘lossless’ experience with music on live concerts. The company is widespread towards different sectors including media, video and music industries. Isn’t this interesting? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!
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