All three LeEco TVs come with 2 years of VIP membership worth Rs 9,800.
Global internet and technology conglomerate LeEco, which has gained a lot of reputation with its smartphones, has now launched its TVs in the Indian market. LeEco, in an event in Delhi today, launched Super3 TV series that includes Super3 X55, Super3 X65 and Super3 Max65 smart TVs.
The Super3 X55 comes with a 55 inch screen and will be available for Rs 59,790, LeEco Super3 X65 featuring 65 inch screen is priced at Rs 99,790 while Super3 Max65 with 65 inch display will come at a price of Rs 149,790. All three LeEco TVs come with 2 years of VIP membership worth Rs 9,800.
Super TVs will be available to users through LeMall and Flipkart. Pre-sales on both platforms will be held from August 10th to 12th. Offers on the two platforms include Rs 5,000 cash back with HDFC bank card, EMI option and more exciting ones.
"Today we've achieved a key milestone in our India journey. We are delighted to unveil our Super3 Series and believe that they will carve a niche in India, giving their unmatched specs and pricing. Our newly launched Super TVs is a testimony to our commitment of bringing top-of-the-line devices and services to our users in India," said Tin Mok, vice president of Le Holdings and CEO of LeEco Asia Pacific.
All the three TVs come with 3D display. LeEco is also offering 3D glasses with the TVs. The TVs have LeEco' eUI5.5 user interface and have content-viewing apps such as Levidi, LIVE, LeView along with other tailor-made apps like Panosearch. They have LeEco's Super Remote Control 3.0 which has four-direction navigation buttons that help users easily access different applications and functions. Users can also use it as an air mouse or gamepad to control multiple devices connected to the Super TV. Furthermore, users can also grab their LeEco Superphones and point to the Super TVs to surf to whichever channel they want.
The TVs have Yoga Stand that comes free of cost with them. The curvaceous stand contrasts well with the straight-line design of the TV set. It allows the TV to be placed both firmly and beautifully.
"All three Super TVs will give access to one of the largest content libraries in India. Users can enjoy at least 2000 Full HD/HD films from Hollywood and Bollywood, more than 100 satellite TV channels, 3.5 million songs (coming soon by software upgrade), and more than 50 live concerts," LeEco said in a press release.
With Super TVs, users will also get access to a cloud storage space of 5TB with strict privacy protection so users can store pictures capturing memorable moments on the cloud and share them conveniently with family and friends, the company further added.
LeEco is offering 2-year product warranty on TVs. LeEco Super3 Series' standard panel warranty will cover users for a full 4 years, while the industry standard for panel warranty is just 1-2 years. As per the company, it has now 333 service centers across India apart from 24x7 call centre, offering services in nine languages.
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