LeEco aka LeTV To Launch Le 1S & Le Max Models In India Tomorrow


LeEco former known as LeTV has been teasing its entry in India for the past few weeks. Now the wait has almost come to an end for Indian fans as the company will officially unveil two new devices at tomorrow’s event in Gurgaon, India. One of them is the large screen phablet, namely the Le Max with a massive 6.33-inch display while the second one will be the Le 1S, catering to the budget segment.


Both the phones will most likely be sold exclusively via the retailer Flipkart. The e-commerce site recently released a teaser with the silhouette of the two phones, confirming their arrival on the website. Further, LeEco has revealed that the company will customize the new smartphones according to the needs of the Indian consumers. Unfortunately, we still don’t know what the company means by such customizations, but things will get clearer tomorrow.


Apart from announcing these two devices, LeEco will also reportedly reveal more details about its plans in the country including future partnerships. Also, it may showcase the other smartphones at the event that were launched in 2015.
As for the specs, the Le Max flagship comes with a 6.33-inch 2K display with Snapdragon 810 chipset under the hood and 4GB RAM. There will be ample storage on board, thanks to 64GB internal memory. At the back, you will find a 21MP shooter while, up front, there will be a 4MP Ultrapixel camera. As for the software, the phone comes with Android Lollipop onboard with the company’s own skin called EUI on top.
The mid-range Le 1S model,comes with Helio X10 inside with 3GB RAM and 32GB of non-expandable internal storage. There will be a large 5.5-inch display with FHD 1080p resolution and a 3000mah battery onboard. At the back, there is a 13MP camera while you will find a 5MP shooter up front.
Since we already know the specs of both the device, tomorrow’s event will be special in the sense that we will get to know both the device’s Indian pricing as well as what all customizations/ changes the company has made for the India-specific release.
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