Bangalore/New Delhi, July 14 (IANS) At a time when the war of providing best software and hardware at a disruptive price to the consumers is hot, LeEco’s hardware is best suited for Qualcomm’s latest processors Snapdragon 652 and Snapdragon 820, a top LeEco executive said here on Thursday.
LeEco recently launched its ‘superphones” Le 2 and LeMax 2 with Snapdragon 652 and Snapdragon 829, respectively.
Apart from over-the-top hardware including powerful cameras and on-device editing tools, the Chinese internet conglomerate offered a new technology called CDLA for lossless music output and for this, the credit goes to the processors from Qualcomm Technologies.
“It is important to note that even a high-performance processor, placed in a poorly-designed smartphone, can still deliver a poor user experience. This is where LeEco adds real value for consumers, by creating differentiating user experiences, designing innovative devices and focusing on delivering high performance,” said Atul Jain, COO of Smart Electronics Business at LeEco India.
By pairing performance enhancing, feature-rich Qualcomm Snapdragon processors with technology innovation like ultrasonic-fingerprint sensor, LeEco has created outstanding superphones in a class of their own.
Not only with innovation, but LeEco’s second-generation “superphones” have offered rich on-the-go content and lag-free multi-tasking all thanks to the processing power that Snapdragon processors provide to LeEco devices.
“Being an early adopter of Qualcomm Technologies’ powerful processors has helped LeEco leapfrog into the future with its superphones”, Jain told reporters here.
Qualcomm Technologies and LeEco’s working together has raised the bar in making smartphone user experiences more powerful, seamless and convenient for the experiences that matter most to consumers like HD audio and video as well as hi-resolution imaging and gaming, the company noted.
Sunil Lalvani, Vice President and President, Qualcomm India said that LeEco uses the processors’ capabilities to the maximum which other devices do not.
“We have always viewed our Snapdragon processors as an enabler of the smartphone ecosystem, helping people in a myriad of ways. We believe this work with LeEco will have a deep impact on consumers, given LeEco’s core propositions of breakthrough technology and disruptive pricing,” Lalvani said.
Both Snapdragon 820 and 652 were equally matched by the impressive design, features and specifications that LeEco packs into every superphone, he added.