LeEco U.S. Launch Roundup: Everything You Need To Know

LeEco held their special U.S. lunch event earlier this morning in San Francisco, and they revealed a handful of new products that consumers who enjoy technology will get excited about. While the most relevant products to most consumers will be either the two revealed smartphones or any one of the new smart TVs which LeEco unveiled today, there are a couple of products that hold a little more of a wow-factor in the visionary department. This includes LeEco's smart, connected, self-driving car called the LeSEE Pro, as well as the LeEco Syvtrac which they're touting as the world's first super bike.

When it comes to the phones, LeEco announced two smartphones total, which include the Le Pro3 - the higher powered device aimed at consumers who want top of the line hardware specifications, and the Le S3, a device aimed more at the mid-tier market coming in with a more affordable cost but still offers some decent hardware. Key highlights of each device are the Full HD 5.5-inch displays on both phones, as well as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 CPU in the Le Pro3 and the Snapdragon 652 CPU in the Le S3. Each device is also compatible with LeEco's new subscription-based streaming video service called LeEco Live.

LeEco Live is a product that was announced on the software side of things, and will become available sometime early next year, although LeEco has not yet mentioned a price point for the service, whether there would be multiple packages available, or when exactly it will launch the service in the U.S. Of course, moving back to hardware, LeEco also announced a slew of new SmartTVs, which includes three different models in the Super4 line - the x43, the x55, and the x65, all of which have a screen size that is denoted by the number in their model name. LeEco also announced an 85-inch TV called the uMax 85, which brings the same smart and connected features to the table but on a massive display. Also part of the announcement event today was LeEco's virtual reality headset which they call ExploreVR. The headset looks to be fairly comparable to the likes of the Gear VR with a slightly different design, and it's meant to work with the Le Pro3 that was just announced. While there quite a few things to see from LeEco's event, if you happened to miss anything you can find all the stories linked below.

Smartphones

Smart TVs

Streaming Video

Smart Car/ Super Bike

VR

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