LeEco shaves price off the LeEco Le 2 Max in China
The LeEco Le 2 Max first saw what the market looks like back in May of this year and the device which saw a launch in China has now received an official price cut for that region. Right now, a unit of the device can be grabbed for RMB 1455, a price that translates to about $220 considering the current exchange rates.
There are different variants of the device on the market now and as you would have guessed, this reduction in price doesn’t affect everything. It is only effective if you are opting for the variants that carries 4GB RAM and note that on the official launch, the device retailed for around RMB 2099, about $315.
As a reminder, some of the things that made the device very appealing then and even makes it a force to reckon with still is the inclusion of a QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 chipset in the build, a 5.7 inch of display that is kept alive by 3100mAh battery and a camera combo that is rated at 21MP on the back and a front unit of 8MP.
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