The Chinese electronics company LeEco which is formerly known as LeTV has launched a flagship killer smartphone Le 1s, which boasts a stylish full metal uni-body. There are only a few brands across the world to offer this. The new Le smartphone is likely the world’s only all-metal body smartphone designed with aircraft grade aluminium, that sports a screw-less industrial design with no apparent evidence of industrial assembling. The Superphone offers users the classic bezel-less design, full-floating Glass. The new Le 1s smartphone is just one of a genus. Most of the features that it offers are accessible only in high-priced flagship smartphones.
Here are the specifications and features of the new LeEco Le 1s smartphone which are touted as the world’s slimmest smartphone with a full metal uni-body.
The LeEco Le 1S is almost 13 percent slimmer and sleeker measuring just 7.5mm, as next to 8.65mm of Redmi Note 3 and about 7.1 mm shorter than Apple iPhone 6s Plus. The metal design of the Le 1s smartphone not only improves the appearance but also stimulates the capability of receiving signal.
The new generation full-floating glass design, rendering better screen protection with screen promoted by 0.2mm besides diminishing the chance of developing the screen by 70 percent. It also offers users a branded toughened glass protection with the Corning Gorilla Glass 3, a feature that not many competing handsets in this price range offer.
The Le1s sports the advanced Type C charger, which makes charging fast within 5 minutes of charge gets you 3.5 hours of talk time! The reversible USB Type-C connector is technologically advanced than its rivals in several ways such as it has an extra sealing and PTC protection in-between wires, which is an industry leading.
Le 1s begins a new trade by offering the phone at an affordable price of Rs. 10,999. The consumers of the Le Superphones can expect a content ecosystem to be uploaded into its Android-based EUI system from the second quarter of this year since the company has already signed contracts with Eros and Yupp TV. The company has penned a deal Eros Now for Video-on-demand (VOD) and with YuppTV for TV content streaming.