After making a mark in the budget smartphone category in India with its Le 1s and Le 2, LeEco has now turned its attention to the TV category. Recently it launched three Smart TVs.
Among the newly introduced TVs include the LeEco Super 3 X65 that sports a 65 inches (163.9 cm) Ultra HD 4K screen panel. In addition to WiFi (802.11 b / g / n / ac) and Bluetooth 4.0, it has 3 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports for connectivity. For the audio, it comes with 6 speakers with Dolby 3D and DTS Premium sound technology. Being an Android TV, it comes with Android 5.0 with EMUI 5.5 over the top which is powered by Cortex A17 Quad Core 1.4 GHz CPU and Quad-core Mali-T760MP4 GPU.
Furthermore, it has 3GB RAM and 16GB eMMC flash memory. Everything can be controlled by a remote control. For repairs and replacement, the X65 comes with a 2 Years manufacture warranty + 2 years comprehensive warranty. But what actually makes the new LeEco X65 well apart from others is its price. The Smart Android TV from LeEco will be available for only Rs 99,790 from 10th August onwards. And if you want 3D technology, the LeEco Max65 will come in at Rs 1,49,790
No doubt the X65 is one powerful Android TV but, let’s see how it stands against the similar competitions from giants like Samsung, LG and Sony.
Companies like LG have made quite a mark in the TV industry. This 65 inch Smart TV of LG comes with an LED display with Ultra HD 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution and 3D Technology for which you will also receive 2 Basic 3D glasses out of the box. It comes with bunch of sensors including Motion Eco Sensor, Intelligent Sensor, and White Sensor. For connectivity, it has three HDMI ports, four USB ports, WiFi-Direct and Ethernet capabilities. Regarding the audio, LG claims it has 40 speaker output technology, with Dolby Digital DTS Decoder and Ultra Surround features. The screen of the LG’s new 850T comes with 16:9 aspect ratio with options of 4:3 and 14:9. The Ethernet compatibility gives you access to LG’s own App Store and let you browse the web seamlessly. Unlike LeEco’s X3 â€“ 65, this is not an Android TV. LG’s 65 inch 850T is currently available for Rs. 290,351 on Flipkart.
Samsung’s 65 inches 6470U is another competition when specifications are concerned. The 6470U too has 65 inch (3480x 2160) Ultra HD 4K screen panel with UHD â€“ up scaling and Mega contrast features. For audio, it offers dual down firing speakers with DTS Premium Sound 5.1 and DTS Studio Sound technology. Connectivity is also not an issue as it has 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports, WiFi Direct and it is dongle ready (3G/4G/Wi-Fi). Interestingly, it runs on Samsung’s own Tizen OS powered by a quad-core processor. Obviously, it comes with a remote controller which lets you browse through the interface easily. Currently, the 65 inch 6470U is available for Rs 3, 14,000 on Samsung’s official website.
Sony is one of the oldest manufacturers of high quality televisions and still is one of the most reputed brands in the market for its TVs. Similar to the above mentioned TVs, the X9300c comes with a 65 inch 4K Ultra HD Triluminos Screen panel with X-tended Dynamic Range and 3D technology. Out of the box, you get 2 3D glasses, a camera and mic unit, IR blaster. Audio department is where the Sony 65X9300c actually stands out from others. Thanks to its 2.2-channel stereo arrangement of front firing speakers. Moreover, Being an Android TV you get access to the famous Play Store and other basic android features. For connectivity, it has 4 HDMI ports, 3 USB ports, WiFi Direct, Digital audio output port, etc. It also comes with various sensors and is extremely power efficient TV. The Sony 65X9300c is available for Rs 3,74,900 on Sony’s official website as well as various Sony and Electronic stores across the country.
Again, LeEco has done what it did with its smartphone Le 1s i.e. offering better features at minimum price. We will have to wait for some more time before we could actually compare the new LeEco X3 series with its counterparts in real. Till then, let us know in the comment section below as to what you think of the LeEco’s new range of TVs.