Tuesday, 26 April 2016

LeEco might launch its Super 4K TV instead of Le 2 Smartphone on May 3rd event

LeEco has recently announced three new smartphones, Le 2, Le 2 Pro and the crown jewel, the Le Max 2 as we know LeEco has an event scheduled on May 3rd in Mumbai, India but if you are expecting these LeEco phone to be launched in the event then you might be disappointed because as per the invite suggests that the company could launch its entertainment ecosystem instead.

The invite reads,"Block your date to witness the revolution Entertainment will play in a whole new way", which indicates the launch of its entertainment ecosystem. Well there entertainment systems are such they can excite you even more than their phone including their New 4K Super TV.
The company showcased two models of the TV named 4 X50 and 4 X50 Pro in China.
LeEco Smart TV 4 X50 

The 4 X50 is a 50-inch 4K TV that comes powered by MStar 6A938 along with 3GB of RAM. Both X50 and X50 Pro sport metallic frames and support HDR videos. The audio in both variants is taken care of by Harman Kardon speakers and the TVs run Android Marshmallow-based eUI 5.8. Also comes with support for voice recognition technology.

The X50 will be available in 16GB and 32GB variants priced at Yuan 2499 (roughly Rs 25,000) and Yuan 2699 (approximately Rs 26,000) respectively

LeEco Smart TV 4 X50 Pro

The slightly higher-end X50 Pro is a 50-inch 4K 3D TV. The Pro version of the 4 X50 is the first TV to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset. It also offers 3GB of RAM and X50 Pro flaunts metallic frame design and support HDR videos.

Along with this, LeEco also showcased the world's first Ecological UI system. With this new UI the users can stream up to 9 channels at the same time. The viewer can watch 9 different sports events at a same time with 9 different camera angles.

The X50 Pro version is expected to start at Rs 2999 Yuan (approximately Rs 30,700). If LeEco ends up announcing these smart TVs in India, you can expect them to be a bit more expensive thanks to our taxation and liabilities system.