Updated: October 14, 2016 4:33:44 pm
Watching your favourite shows on your smartphone, hearing the latest music on your smartphone or be it posting your favourite picture on social media – users nowadays are all the time glued to their smartphones. The smartphone has invariably become consumers companion for entertainment.
According to new GfK MRI research, people use their phone for entertainment almost as much as they do for texting. The report claims that users devote 22 per cent of the total time spent on smartphones to entertainment, which includes games, music, web surfing, and watching streamed content.
Keeping in mind this changing trend, LeEco is offering Superphones that are not just communication devices but offer best in class entertainment. As a matter of fact, LeEco is one of the pioneering companies in the world to understand consumers’ needs and has designed its Superphones to provide consumers a content based ecosystem, which would give them an overall unique experience. It’s content membership model is one of its kind to be introduced in India where in the consumers can enjoy access to extensive content free for 1 year.
LeEco’s recently introduced second generation Superphones – the Le 2 and Le Max2 that flaunt the company’s unique content ecosystem. Le 2 and LeMax were introduced with EUI 5.6 that is based on Android M and brings alive the unique content ecosystem of LeEco.
The most breakthrough feature about EUI is that it offers an interactive relationship between people and the ecosystem, and this helps in break the boundaries between application and service. It is the first multiple-screen desktops UI, that redefines the mobile Internet experience by enabling users to get what they want at the time that they want. It is an open platform for content and service that is completely in tune for today’s generation.
Recently, LeEco rolled out an OTA update to EUI 5.8 for Le Max2 and the Le 2 is about to get the same in the coming days. This new UI brings in tons of improvements for the users.
Some of the great features in EUI 5.8 are:
The new EUI now helps you to make your phone more secure by enabling apps lock. Through this feature you can have a better data usage control and power saving management. With this you can now lock individual apps on your phone via a fingerprint or a passcode. This helps in ensuring that the information stored in the app does not fall into wrong hands.
There is also a new and improved phone manager that gives you more control over the data usage. You can now choose which individual apps can use your Wi-Fi. In addition to this, the power saving management comes with lot more functions that enable you to optimize your battery usage. In this you can now also see the graphical view of your battery usage pattern.
Want to take a screenshot the entire scroll and not just what is there on your screen? Now with the EUI 5.8 on a LeEco Superphone you can do the same with no hassle if you browsing using the native browser.
In totality, these Superphones offer all the goodness of Android M and tons of content.
In India, LeEco has tied up with Eros Now and YuppTV, through its platforms – Levidi and LIVE. For the music enthusiasts, the company has come up with LeMusic that is powered by
Hungama. Both these Superphones offers users access to more than 1.9 million songs with lossless audio, 3000+ movies, 50+ Big Ticket International Live Concerts, 100+ premium live channels, exclusive Live Streaming of Major Entertainment Events & Music Concerts
Worldwide along with 7500+ hours of world class entertainment. Overall, there is content worth Rs 4,990 that is being offered free of cost with the Le 2 and Le Max2.
LeEco has organised the first flash sales for Le 2 and LeMax2 on June 28, which had got an overwhelming response from the users. For those who could not get their hands on these
Superphones during the first sale, can now do so on July 5, 2016. The registrations for the same are already underway on Flipkart as well as LeMall.
This article is sponsored by LeEco.
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