LeEco made its debut in the US
The Chinese technology corporation LeEco made its debut in the US, with a line of new products that include TVs, smartphones, smart bikes, electric self-driving vehicles, and virtual reality headset.
Giving tough competitions to giants like Google, Apple, and Netflix at the event “Ignite the Eco World,” LeEco launched an incorporated internet ecosystem that involves content, platform, apps, and smart connected devices.
On this occasion the founder, CEO, and the chairman of the company, YT Jia said that the company distributes many products and changing the prototypes by removing the barriers between industries and screen so that a better and more valuable experience could be created.
LeEco has amalgamated with some of the top content providers in the US such as MGM, Showtime, Lionsgate, Awesomeness TV, Vice Media, and A+E to provide its Ecosystem User Interface content platform alive.
The interface offers endless interconnectivity athwart all LeEco devices by eliminating barriers between hardware, software, platform content, and apps.
The latest Le Pro3 which is priced at $399 is the company’s flagship device that sports a 5.5-inch display with 2.5D curved edges and Corning Gorilla Glass. The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor. It features 16-megapixles primary camera and 8-megapixles front shooter and packs a 4,070 mAh battery.
The Le Pro3 also comes with a surround sound powered by Dolby Atmos and Continual Digital Lossless Audio technology.
While the Le S3 smartphone comes with a price tag of $249. It sports a 5.5-inch display, 16-megapixels primary camera, and 8-megapixles front camera, and it is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor. This device put together the power of Dolby Atmos and CDLA with in-box Type-CCDLA headphones for a premium audio experience.
The company also launched a flagship uMax85 4K Television that features an 85-inch screen and offers full array, HDR, active local dimming zones, Dolby Vision, Harmon Kardon Audio, and Fluid Motion 1920 Display Technology.
The television is priced at $4,999 and comes with a free 12 month EcoPass membership.
The company has launched many other products, and all of them will be available on LeMall.com via a flash sale starting November 2.