June 28, 2016 7:33:42 pm
LeEco, the Chinese internet technology company has announced that it garnered Rs 78 crore via sales of its Le 2 and Le Max 2 smartphones. LeEco says it sold over 61,000 units of its next generation superphones.
LeEco Le 2 and Le Max 2 were available via first flash sale on both LeMall.com and Flipkart. The total registration for the sale reached over 6 lakh units.
“We are humbled to see yet another stupendous Flash Sale record in a row. The entire LeEco family is overwhelmed seeing the response from our users. This time we have introduced world’s first Digital Lossless audio standard (CDLA). This will bring an unparalleled audio experience to our superfans thereby ushering in an era of lossless music in India and the globe. This is going to become the new industry standard. We promise to live up to our Superfans’ expectation by bringing more breakthrough technologies, stronger comprehensive ecosystem, and disruptive pricing,” said Atul Jain, COO – Smart Electronics, LeEco India.
Read: LeEco Le 2 Review
LeEco says it expected unprecedented response from buyers because of features like lossless music with CDLA standard, supertainment ecosystem, stylish design and unprecedented features.
LeEco Le 2 is a 5.5-inch Full HD device powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor. The smartphone comes with 3GB RAM and 32GB non-expandable storage.
Also Read: LeEco Le Max2 Review
Le Max2 is the successor to Le Max which was launched in January 2016 in India. The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset coupled with 4GB or 6GB RAM. Le Max 2 features a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and both the smartphones have dropped 3.5 mm headphone jack in favour of USB-C type cable.
LeEco will hold the next flash sale of Le 2 and Le Max 2 on July 5.
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