What LeEco, Lenovo and OnePlus are offering this Diwali

Lenovo Z2 Plus. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint

Chinese phone makers are turning the heat on their Indian and South Korean counterparts by offering heavy discounts, attractive trade-offs and a chance to win a free smartphone through online contests. Here are the top deals offered by LeEco, Lenovo and OnePlus on their online stores or on Amazon.in and Flipkart.com.

LeEco Le Max 2

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Chinese phone maker LeEco which has been creating quite a buzz in the Indian market with just three phones under the belt is offering a major price cut on its mid-range phone the LeMax 2.

The Le Max 2 is a big screen phone that poses serious competition to the high flagships as well as the mid range smartphones. It is selling at Rs.17,999, down from Rs.22,999. Its prime attraction is the 5.7-inch AMOLED display and the screen resolution of 2,560×1,440m, which is unheard of in a sub Rs.20,000 smartphone. This is a sharp and bright looking display and is ideal for movie buffs and fans of graphic intensive games. The audio output in the CDLA ready headphones that comes with the smartphone is one of the best we have heard in any smartphone so far. Powering the phone is Qualcomm’s 2.1GHz Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor which has been paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The phone’s metallic finish gives it the aura of a premium flagship device. You can get this phone on Amazon.in or LeEco’s official online store.

OnePlus 3

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OnePlus is not offering any direct discount on its new phone. The OnePlus 3 is still selling at Rs. 27,999, but if you are willing to part away with your older phone, you may get a price reduction of up to Rs.16,000 on it, depending on the condition and the model of the phone that you are planning to give away.

The company is giving buyers a chance to get the gold variant of the OnePlus 3 for free under its Diwali Dash sale. It commences on 24 October on OnePlus’ official online store. You can get the details for the contest here .

There is a direct discount on the 64GB variant of the OnePlus 2, though.

Barring the heating issues that we noticed in some of its handsets, the phone is a pretty powerful big screen option for users who fancy the clean Oxygen OS more than the custom User interface based smartphones from Xiaomi or LeEco. It runs on Qualcomm’s 1.8GHz Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor with 4GB RAM. The phone is selling at Rs.19,999, down from Rs.22,999 on Amazon.in.

Lenovo

Lenovo is offering an attractive discount on its budget smartphone Zuk Z1. Earlier priced at Rs.13,499, right now you can get it for Rs.10,999. This is the most affordable Cyanogen phone the market right now. It runs Android 5.1 and offers plenty of cool customisations without feeling overwhelming as phones with custom UIs tend to get. It runs on Qualcomm’s 32-bit Snapdragon 801quad-core processor with 3GB RAM, has a 5.5-inch full HD display and offers 64GB of internal storage. The phone’s other talking point is its classy looks and the 4,100mAh battery that can clock a day and half of backup easily. You can get this device on Amazon.in.

The other phone in the Zuk series is the recently launched Z2 Plus. It doesn’t run the Cyanogen OS but retains the plain Android interface. Lenovo is offering exchange offers which can help you save up to Rs. 13,600. Again the amount of discount you get will depend on the handset you are putting up for exchange. Z2 Plus is a small screen phone with a display size of 5-inches. It is powered by Qualcomm’s 2.1GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor with 3GB RAM in the 32GB variant (Rs.17,999) and 4GB RAM in the 64GB variant ( Rs.19,999). The phone is available on Amazon.in.

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LeEco takes on tech titans in US

LePro 3 will be priced at $399 and Le S3 at $249 when they become available to US buyers. Photo: AFP

LePro 3 will be priced at $399 and Le S3 at $249 when they become available to US buyers. Photo: AFP

San Francisco: A Chinese Internet colossus referred to as a combination of Netflix, Apple, Amazon and Tesla announced on Wednesday it is taking on US tech titans on their home turf.

LeEco is jumping into a fiercely competitive US smartphone market with LePro 3 and its ‘little brother’ Le S3, pricing them lower than flagship models from rivals to entice people over to its “ecosystem” of online offerings.

LePro 3 will be priced at $399 and Le S3 at $249 when they become available to US buyers at the company’s LeMall.com e-commerce website on 2 November.

Analysts expected it to take more than bargains on handsets to win people away from what Apple and Google provide when it comes to meshing mobile devices with digital content, applications and services.

“Oftentimes people are locked into ecosystems,” Gartner analyst Brian Blau told AFP.

“The trouble for LeEco is they have to create something that is going to impress people enough to switch.”

The LeEco cloud service was portrayed as a nervous-system of sorts that would connect the company’s various devices and be a conduit for digital content and services.

Apple and Google have invested heavily in meshing devices, software and content to get people to play, work and shop in “ecosystems” the companies have built.

“The market (LeEco) is entering with some devices is hyper-competitive with global players,” Blau said.

“To think that they can come in and have an impact early on is unrealistic.”

LeEco founder and chief executive Jia Yueting set a goal of winning hearts and minds in the key North America market before moving to lure the rest of the world into the LeEco ecosystem.

At a press event at The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, Jia acknowledged that some have told him “LeEco is crazy to come to the backyard” of companies such as Apple, Google, Netflix, Tesla and Amazon.

The company’s broad vision is to have self-driving electric cars, virtual reality headsets, smartphones, televisions, and smart bicycles all connected to its cloud platform for Netflix-style television streaming and other digital offerings.

“If they have a success here, it will be because of that cloud offering,” Blau said of LeEco.

“The ecosystems that are doing well are doing so because of services that tie devices together in the cloud.”

Along with smartphones, LeEco in November will hit the US with a line of Super4 X Series ultra high-definition televisions with prices beginning at $649 and topping out at $4,999 for a uMax85 that measures 85 inches diagonally.

The television market is rife with competitors, many making high-definition and smart models that tap into the Internet.

LeEco already provides on-demand streamed television in China, and announced it has an array of launch partners including film studio Lionsgate on board for its US debut.

“We have blazed a new path in the Internet content domain,” Jia said.

“This is the first time we will be able to achieve this in America.”

LeEco promised enticing bargains during a “flash sale” at LeMall on 2 November, out to make a splash in the market and get people using its Netflix-style subscription service for online content.

The company also displayed a virtual reality headset and its Super Bike packed with sensors, locks and other technology powered by Google-back Android software.

A new LeEco concept car that was being used in London for the filming of a new “Transformers” film directed by Michael Bay was rushed to San Francisco for the event.

Blau viewed the smart bicycles and electric cars shown off by LeEco “a bit of a tease” and something for the future.

LeEco had originally planned to have a prototype of a new generation self-driving electric car drive Jia up a ramp and onto the stage, but he jogged instead because the concept vehicle didn’t arrive in time.

No plans were revealed for releasing LeEco bicycles, cars or virtual reality gear in North America.

Jia maintained that LeEco wasn’t coming to North America to challenge US technology giants, but to “create an entirely new generation of products.”

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LeEco Membership Extended to 3 Years for Buyers of Both Smartphones, TVs

LeEco Membership Extended to 3 Years for Buyers of Both Smartphones, TVs

Global Internet and technology conglomerate LeEco on Friday announced the extension of its membership programme from one year to three years for buyers of both its ‘Superphones’ and Super TVs.

LeEco currently bundles one year of LeEco Membership with every handset, starting with the Le 1s in Eco in May. With the launch of its Super TVs, LeEco offered two years of membership.

Superphone users can now extend their membership to three years with the purchase of a Super TV.

LeEco at the beginning of August launched its Super3 series of televisions in India. Three models of the series are being made available in the country, the 55-inch Super3 X55, the 65-inch Super3 X65, and the 65-inch flagship model – the Super3 Max65. All three offer 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160) resolutions, while only the flagship model supports FPR 3D and comes with bundled glasses.

The LeEco Super3 X55 has been priced at Rs. 59,790, while the LeEco Super3 X65 has been priced at Rs. 99,790, and the LeEco Super3 Max65 has been priced at Rs. 1,49,790.

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The LeEco televisions launched in India come preloaded with the company’s own content-viewing apps, such as Le Vidi, Le Live, LeView along with other tailor-made apps like Panosearch. LeEco says this will users access to roughly 2,000 films from Hollywood and Bollywood, more than 100 satellite TV channels, 3.5 million songs (which will come soon via software upgrade), and more than 50 live concerts.

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LeEco to Invest Rs. 1,330 Crores on Content Aggregation in India: Report

LeEco to Invest Rs. 1,330 Crores on Content Aggregation in India: Report

A day after launching Super3 series of televisions, Chinese Internet conglomarate LeEco is likely to invest nearly Rs. 1,330 crores into media-entertainment industry for content aggregation, sources said in New Delhi on Friday.

LeEco is reportedly in discussions with the local content producers and international studios for content tie-ups and has started work towards developing in-house shows and formats.

According to LeEco, the SuperTV users will get access to about 2,000 full HD/HD movies from Hollywood and Bollywood, more than 100 satellite TV channels, 3.5 million songs (coming soon by a software upgrade) and more than 50 live concerts.

The company is likely to acquire more than 1,000-plus hours of content and might offer more than 15 HD channels as part of Le Live to its users.

LeEco is also reported to introduce over 500 games in the next few months for its television sets and mobiles, eliminating the need for console gaming.

The company recently announced the $2 billion acquisition of US smart TV manufacturer Vizio and is also rumoured to be exploring a content deal with the popular video streaming service Netflix.

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LeEco Expands Retail Partnerships to Boost Offline Presence in India

LeEco Expands Retail Partnerships to Boost Offline Presence in India

Chinese Internet and technology conglomerate LeEco on Friday announced that it has forged partnerships with six regional retail chains in India to strengthen its offline presence across the country.

“This marks another milestone in our India journey that has been incredible so far. Our strategy to strengthen our offline business is a testimony to our commitment to the Indian market,” Atul Jain, COO of Smart Electronics, LeEco India, in a statement.

“For this, we have tied up with some of the well-known names in offline retail across geographies and we will continue to add more partners as we go along,” he added.

LeEco has partnered with retail chains like Sangeetha, Poorvika and zonal distributors like Shivalik, AppsYouNeed, Pearl Infotech and PCH to expand its retail network.

Through these partnerships, the company will be able to expand its retail base to 2,000 outlets across 65 cities.

LeEco will offer Le 1s and Le 1s Eco smartphones through the offline model in the first phase and has plans to offer the entire product portfolio in the offline market in the coming months.

By the end of this year, the Chinese conglomerate plans to have 6,000-8,000 outlets across the country.

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LeEco Explains How It might Supply Away Unfastened Smartphones in India

LeEco Explains How It Might Give Away Free Smartphones in India

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One among the largest motives for LeEco’s success in China is its Free hardware day.
LeEco should remove the cost of purchasing smartphones altogether thru content material subscriptions.
The idea could be carried over in India, LeEco COO Atul Jain showed.
At an event in Mumbai on Tuesday, LeEco, previously called Letv, launched its top class video service in India. Dubbed “Supertainment”, it guarantees a number track and films across genres powered by usingthe likes of Eros and Hungama for distinctive content material. Priced at Rs. 490 a month, or Rs. 4,900 ayear, the LeEco Club is said to be worth Rs. 32,000 as in keeping with the employer. It includes Le Vidi, Le song, Le Stay, and LeEco Force.

Le Vidi and Le song are its bespoke video and tune on call for services at the same time as Le Liveallows customers to view concerts as they’re taking place and LeEco Power offers 5TB of cloud garagefor backing up your records several instances over. The Le Vidi and Le Stay services will release on May additionally 24, Le song and LeEco Force may be made to be had in Q3 2016. In addition to this, theemployer unveiled the Le 1s Eco – a telephone made for India with guide for 10 local languages andgreater to come back.

All of this might sound not anything out of the ordinary in a rustic in which new phones and offeringsseem to be rolling out each day, however the enterprise has an ace up its sleeve. Certainly one of the most important reasons for LeEco’s success in China is its Loose hardware day. As the the callsuggests, humans get smartphones, TVs, and other LeEco hardware Unfastened, by purchasingcontent material subscriptions. It’s a model that founder Jia Yueting takes extraordinary pleasure in.

“On April 14, we held the first Unfastened hardware day in China, while we had sales for our smartphones, TVs on our internet site. We agree with that the arena is heading for an environment era, whereinhardware may be beside the point and alternatively customers may be greater inquisitive about thecontent, price they are able to get from a tool,” Yueting announced for the duration of an event in Beijing closing month. “income of content passed CNY 2 billion [roughly Rs. 2,000 crores]. while we makehardware Unfastened and stand by using users, we positioned ourselves in opposition to oppositionand feature shaken the premise of ways the enterprise has functioned.”

We requested Atul Jain, LeEco India’s COO if a Free hardware day would be feasible in united states of america. His answer ought to go away customers optimistic about what to anticipate from the Chinese language corporation.

It is technically possible. In case you have a look at our Club, the Le Eco Club is Rs. 4,900,” he stated, explaining how this will allow the organization to lessen the fee of devices to the factor of zero. “As I holdon including memberships, maybe In case you buy or 3 12 months memberships, I could make similarlyand in addition discounts at the device. Today we introduced a Rs. 4,000 discount [on buying the Le 1s Eco and a LeEco Membership] and i could Give more. It is stackable.”

In case you‘re the sort who is mentally calculating the price of subscriptions to get a “Unfastenedsmartphone, it kind of works out to a 3 12 months LeEco Club. That is right on par with the CNY 1,500 (round Rs. 15,000) Chinese clients needed to pay in subscriptions to get the Le 1s in the course of theemployer‘s Free hardware day. Take into account that right now, the offering in terms of films and songfor India is missing in range vis-a-vis China and the Stay sports broadcast provider is lacking as nicely,but It’s a truthful degree of what you can anticipate.

What might be a hassle even though is the reluctance that human beings inside the Indian market haveproven in relation to procuring content material or different digital downloads. It is no secret thatclients here have no qualms ponying up for the latest and finest in cellphone tech, but are then adverseto spending even Rs. 60 on an app. however Jain says it’s miles a question of offering something thatusers want.

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“If it’s far compelling sufficient and if it is without a doubt real cost for them, take a look at Nowadays, Rs. four,900. You get 5TB area [cloud storage]. I think that 5TB area itself, its a completely big part of the Rs. 4,900 as a cost to the customer,” he says. “You saw the entire value that we positioned down of all that we’re presenting is really [worth] Rs. 32,000. Consider you getting Rs. 32,000 well worth of some thing for Rs. four,900. If it’s far something that you revel in, you’ll be likely to shell out.”

On the equal time Jain is likewise considering hedging the enterprise‘s bets against users who might not pay for content material. at the same time as LeEco offers an advertLoose subscription service, he hasn’t ruled out the possibility of a Loose tier that has ads as properly.

“I think both will coexist [ad-free and with ad memberships]. There could be a revenue on the way to beconstructed in via advertising and marketing and there will be a non-advertising favored content material. So each will manifest,” Jain said.

We attempted out the agency‘s Le Vidi and Le tune apps At the event. There was a obvious loss ofgranular manage over the satisfactory of the stream. even as its some thing that might be fixed prior torelease, we had to ask if LeEco is considering to tie up with telcos to allow users clean access to bandwidth.

We might study doing a little tie americawith them in the destiny. Due to the fact we have lot of recordsand bandwidth intake that is there. If we will get some kind of offers or preparations for our contributors,it may be price for them,” he professes.

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With a lot going on, we questioned how the employer plans to break even.

That’s in which the environment comes in place. Every part of the ecosystem helps Every different,” claims Jain. “It’s a very, very long time [plan for India]. The extent of gadgets will lead us to an increasing number of customers coming and using our platform.” What this probably manner is that while LeEco is taking a success on hardware it is able to lean on other verticals like its cloud offerings to break even orprobably earnings.

In theory It might appear like a legitimate proposition however with Net connectivity being a glaring pointof difficulty and mentality closer to buying content being fairly non-existent, it will be thrilling to see if LeEco manages to make this a fact in India.

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LeEco Le 2, Le 2 pro, Le Max 2 India release Set for 2Future occasion these days

LeEco Le 2, Le 2 Pro, Le Max 2 India Launch Set for 2Future Event Today

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LeEco had released the 3 smartphones in China in April.
LeEco Le 2, Le 2 pro, Le Max 2 run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The smartphones eschew the 3.5mm jack for a USB kind-C port.
LeEco’s 2Future event is slated to start at 12pm IST these days in New Delhi. The business enterprise has already announced it’ll release the second era of LeEco gadgets, and the lately unveiled Le 2, Le 2seasoned, and Le Max 2 smartphones are anticipated to be release.

In April, LeEco released the 3 smartphones in China. The agency touts the smartphones to be the primaryin the international to ditch the three.5mm audio jack, in favour of a USB kind-C port.

The Le 2, Le 2 seasoned, and Le Max 2 run on Android 6.zero Marshmallow out-of-the-box with Emotion UI5.6.01 skin on top. As for the rate, the Indian availability and charge may be recognized on the occasion. In China, the Le 2 became launched at CNY 1,099 (kind of Rs. 11,2 hundred); while the Le 2 probecome released at CNY 1,399 (roughly Rs. 14,300) for the Helio X20 version, and CNY 1,499 (kind ofRs. 15,300) for the Helio X25 variant.

The Le Max 2 comes in three memory and storage variants – 4GB RAM/ 32GB garage, 4GB RAM/ 64GBgarage, and 6GB RAM/ 64GB storage options. it’s miles respectively priced at CNY 2,099 (more or lessRs. 21,500), CNY 2,299 (more or less Rs. 23,500), and CNY 2,499 (kind of Rs. 25,six hundred).

starting with the Le 2, the phone homes a 5.five-inch bezel-much less HD display, a 2.3GHz deca-coreMediaTek Helio X20 SoC paired with 3GB of RAM and Mali GPU. It sports activities 16-megapixel reardigital camera, eight-megapixel the front digital camera, and 32GB of internal storage. It packs a 3000mAh battery, and supports LTE connectivity.

The Le 2 pro bears seen bezel, a 21-megapixel rear camera, and gives options of a deca-middle MediaTek Helio X20 SoC or a deca-center MediaTek Helio X25 processor. It additionally comes with 4GB RAM, and isincorporated with the fast charging function. all of the other specifications are identical to the Le 2.

finally, the Le Max 2 gives a five.7-inch QHD bezel-much less display, sixty four-bit quad-middleQualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, paired with 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM and Adreno 530 GPU. It comes with a 21-megapixel rear digital camera, 8-megapixel the front camera, 64GB inner garage, 3100mAh battery and supports LTE connectivity.

LeEco entered India in January with the launch of Le 1s and Le Max smartphones. In can also, theorganization launched the Le 1s Eco for Rs. 10,899, and is now set to release more smartphones in thealready congested Indian market.
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LeEco Le 2, Le Max 2 launched in India: price, specifications, and more

LeEco Le 2, Le Max 2 Launched in India: Price, Specifications, and More

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LeEco did now not carry the Le 2 pro telephone alongside to India.
LeEco is leveraging the USB kind-C port for its lossless audio format.
The Le 2 and Le Max 2 each forgo the 3.5mm audio jack.
LeEco at its 2Future event in New Delhi on Wednesday launched its 2d era of smartphones, the Le 2 and the Le Max 2. The Le 2 has been priced at Rs. 11,999, while the Le Max 2 has been priced at Rs. 22,999 for the 4GB of RAM/ 32GB garage variation, and Rs. 29,999 for the 6GB RAM/ 64GB storage version.

The LeEco Le Max 2 can be to be had via Flipkart and LeMall.com – which became released ultimatemonth – in its first flash sale on June 28. Registrations begin on June 20. As for the LeEco Le 2, theenterprise says it’s going to announce availability soon.

both smartphones include a 1-yr LeEco membership, which is priced at Rs. 490 a month, or Rs. four,900 a yr, and is stated to be well worth Rs. 32,000 as consistent with the employer. It includes Le Vidi, Lestay, Le music, and LeEco drive. The agency also announced a fan campaign, wherein it’s going todeliver 2 hundred Le 2 smartphones for ‘checking out‘ to leader revel in officers (CEOs) who can sign inon fb and LeMall.com for the chance to get the telephone for Rs. 1.

To keep in mind, LeEco had released the Le 2 and the Le Max 2 in China in April, along the Le 2 pro, and the smartphones have been stated to be the sector‘s first to ditch the three.5mm headphone jack in favour of a USB kind-C port. The organisation also introduced the CDLA (continual digital lossless audio)trendy it had evolved, to leverage the excessivedecision audio talents of the USB type-C port. LeEcolaunched the Le Headphones alongside, priced at Rs. 1,990 and presenting USB kind-C connectivity and CDLA aid.

The business enterprise had released numerous editions of the smartphones in China, fromreminiscence and storage configurations, to processor alternatives. but, LeEco has best introduced alimited variety of variants of each smartphone to the u . s .some thing it has carried out withprevious launches as nicely.

For the Le Max 2, the agency has launched the 4GB RAM/ 32GB storage version in India, in addition tothe 6GB RAM/ 64GB garage version. As for the Le 2, the 3GB RAM/ 32GB storage version has beenlaunched in India, walking the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 SoC rather than the deca-centerMediaTek Helio X20 SoC it had released in China.

both smartphones run Android 6.zero Marshmallow out-of-the-container with Emotion UI five.6.01 skin onpinnacle, and provide section detection autofocus (PDAF) on their rear cameras.

The Le 2, the phone homes a five.5-inch bezel-much less HD display, and sports a 16-megapixel reardigital camera, eight-megapixel the front digicam. It packs a 3000mAh battery, and helps 4G LTE in India,aside from VoLTE assist.

The Le Max 2 gives a 5.7-inch QHD bezel-much lessnotable Retina’ display, sixty four-bit quad-middleQualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, a 21-megapixel rear digital camera, 8-megapixel front digicam, a 3100mAh battery, and helps 4G LTE in India, apart from VoLTE support.

LeEco says the Le Max 2 bears a unique twin fast charging device, combining LeEco’s era with the Qualcomm short rate 2.zero tech, to offer 3.5 hours of battery lifestyles with a 5 minute fee. The business enterprise is also touting experience id 3-D fingerprint technology on the Le Max 2, which recognises fingerprints notwithstanding moisture or grease at the finger.

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LeEco Le 2, Le 2 Pro, Le Max 2 India Launch Expected at June 8 Event

LeEco Le 2, Le 2 Pro, Le Max 2 India Launch Expected at June 8 Event

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LeEco has started sending out media invites for a June 8 event.
Le 2, Le 2 Pro, and Le Max 2 smartphones are expected to launch.
The three are claimed as the first to forgo the 3.5mm audio jack.
LeEco has started sending out media invites for a June 8 event, where it is expected to launch the recently unveiled Le 2, Le 2 Pro, and Le Max 2 smartphones in India.

In April, LeEco launched the three smartphones in China, and is expected to soon make them available in the Indian market. The company touts the smartphones to be the first in the world to ditch the 3.5mm audio jack, in favour of a USB Type-C port.

The Le 2, Le 2 Pro and, Le Max 2 run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box with Emotion UI 5.6.01 skin on top. As for the price, the Indian availability and price will be known at the event. In China, the Le 2 was launched at CNY 1,099 (roughly Rs. 11,200); while the Le 2 Pro was launched at CNY 1,399 (roughly Rs. 14,300) for the Helio X20 variant, and CNY 1,499 (roughly Rs. 15,300) for the Helio X25 variant.

The Le Max 2 comes in three memory and storage variants – 4GB RAM/ 32GB storage, 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage, and 6GB RAM/ 64GB storage options. It is respectively priced at CNY 2,099 (roughly Rs. 21,500), CNY 2,299 (roughly Rs. 23,500), and CNY 2,499 (roughly Rs. 25,600).

Beginning with the Le 2, the smartphone houses a 5.5-inch bezel-less HD display, a 2.3GHz deca-core MediaTek Helio X20 SoC paired with 3GB of RAM and Mali GPU. It sports 16-megapixel rear camera, 8-megapixel front camera, and 32GB of internal storage. It packs a 3000mAh battery, and supports LTE connectivity.

The Le 2 Pro bears visible bezel, a 21-megapixel rear camera, and offers options of a deca-core MediaTek Helio X20 SoC or a deca-core MediaTek Helio X25 processor. It also comes with 4GB RAM, and is integrated with the fast charging feature. All the other specifications are identical to the Le 2.

Lastly, the Le Max 2 offers a 5.7-inch QHD bezel-less display, 64-bit quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, paired with 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM and Adreno 530 GPU. It comes with a 21-megapixel rear camera, 8-megapixel front camera, 64GB internal storage, 3100mAh battery and supports LTE connectivity.

LeEco entered India in January with the launch of Le 1s and Le Max smartphones. In May, the company launched the Le 1s Eco for Rs. 10,899, and is now set to launch more smartphones in the already congested Indian market.
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