LeEco likely to invest Rs. 1330 crores on content front in India: Report

With the launch of Super3 series television sets, the Chinese conglomerate LeEco has commenced a new era of content-integrated televisions in India. The company’s Super3 Series smart TVs, Super3 X55, and Super3 X65, Super3 Max X65 are bundled with content packages that would allow them to access movies and TV channels. Currently, LeEco content ecosystem has contents from YuppTV, Eros Now, and Hungama.

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According to a report by Gadgets360, LeEco plans to invest nearly Rs. 1330 crores into developing content for India. The investment is likely to happen in next 2-3 years and the contents will include its own production.

Currently, LeEco Super3 TVs said to offer its buyers 2000 Full HD/HD films from Hollywood and Bollywood, more than 100 satellite TV channels, 3.5 million songs (coming soon by software upgrade), and more than 50 live concerts.

In the upcoming months, this may get surged to 1000+ hours of content and also may offer 15+ HD channels as part of Le Live to its users. There are also rumours that state an addition of 500+ games in the next few months, eliminating the need for gaming console. LeEco recently acquired US smart TV manufacturer Vizio.

LeECo’s Super3 TVs come with 4K panel with 8.29 million pixels in a 3840 x 2160 resolution format. Super3 X55 of 55-inch will be available for Rs. 59,790, LeEco Super3 X65 will come for Rs. 99,790 and Super3 Max65 costs Rs .149,790. All three Super TVs come with two years VIP membership worth Rs. 9,800.

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Yaqoob
August 8, 2016 7:55 pm 7:55 PM

Poor after sales service is the BIGGEST drawback of LeEco.

d5aqoep
August 8, 2016 4:42 pm 4:42 PM

The 3 series LeTV to be sold in India are old models. They are already selling 4 series in China at half the price.
People should remember this. You get to buy 1 LeTV because a random Chinese chose not to buy it. Basically, India is a dumping ground of old tech. So I appeal my fellow readers to think hard before buying LTV’s junk products in India.

Sunny | Lucknow
August 8, 2016 11:52 pm 11:52 PM

Chinese consider themselves a superior race for some reason and Indians are considered third grade people in China so nothing surprising that they dump their garbage here which is lapped up by our desperate people. Anyway, hard to beat them now, they are too far ahead. You can’t blame Chinese for being industrious and cunning. Indians are busy crying petrol is 75 paisa costlier we want subsidy lol.

Manish, Kolkata
August 8, 2016 11:08 pm 11:08 PM

Totally agree. if content is all you desire simply add an android tv box as per your budget and after availing yourself of an unlimited internet connection install voot, hotstar, hungama, eros apps to begin with…

Anonymous
August 8, 2016 11:04 pm 11:04 PM

At least they are launching those old models. So we can buy it at lesser price than the branded tvs, Budget conscious buyers will buy these tvs. Still these are good vfm products..

Sunny | Lucknow
August 8, 2016 11:55 pm 11:55 PM

They aren’t doing any favor to us. But bhangaar seeking buyers like u are their target group so you’re excited lol. Raste ka maal saste mein.

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