Formally known as LeTV, LeEco is all set to bring a new era of products range into India market. As the firm has already sent out invites for August 4 launch event, where it might looking to introduce two Android-based 50-inch 4K smart TVs, dubbed 4 X50 and 4 X50 Pro.
Both the TV sets were first introduced in China a couple of months ago in April this year. The LeEco 4 X50 television features a 50-inch 4K display with MStar CPU and 3GB of RAM, while the LeEco 4 X50 Pro model packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 CPU paired with 3GB of RAM.
However, the Chinese company has not mentioned about which models will be launched in India, but expected to see both the X50 and X50 Pro with metallic frame design with support for HDR videos are in the listing. In terms of audio experience, both the given Smart Tvs come with Harman Kardon speakers and run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow topped with the eUI of the company”s own UI.
Recently, LeEco has also announced “the world’s thinnest” 65-inch 4K LED TV dubbed the super 4 Max65 Blade during CES 2016 in Las Vegas. That piece of hardware is said to be coming with a thickness of Super 4 Max65 Blade TV in 3.9mm which is equivalent of two coins and the speakers here are seperated from the display panel, included in the TV stand at the bottom.
The LeEco’s smart TVs comes with the latest Springer operating system, which enables better management of various desktops as per the requirements of the suers. The two new 4K Smart TVs fromn LeEco will support voice-recognition technology. Also likely to come equipped with Ecological UI system, which allows users to stream up to 9 channels at the same time. Viewers can also watch nine different sports events at the same time with 9 different camera angles.
However, the China price for the LeEco 4 X50 was CNY 2499 for the 16GB variant and CNY 2699 for 32GB model. The X50 Pro price starts at CNY 2,999.
To remind you about the LeTV, which is amlost 12 year old television company founded in 2004, and became the largst online video companies in China. Changed its name to LeEco and recently bought US stop software and hardware business VIZIO for $2 billion in an acquisition to strengthen its TV commercially.