Global internet and technology company LeEco on Saturday unveiled its next generation of ecotvs in India with the stunning Super4 Series including models Super4 X40, Super4 X43 Pro and Super4 X50 Pro.
The future-ready and fully loaded device Super4 X Series will surely entice buyers given its pricing as its is priced at Rs. 46,990 along with the Super 4 X43 Pro at Rs. 63,990 and Super4 X50 Pro comes at a price of Rs. 86,990.
The Super TVs are available to users on Amazon and LeEco's own e-commerce marketplace -LeMall. Offers on the two platforms include cash back, EMI options and more.
With the launch at an event in New Delhi, Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology, P.P. Chaudhary said, "The Indian Government has undertaken various initiatives to promote a conducive environment for corporations such as LeEco to come and set up their manufacturing base in India."
"LeEco is impressed by the Indian Prime Minister's Digital India Initiative and we as a company have attempted to make our contribution to Modiji's vision by bringing the latest technology that enhance consumer experience. Further LeEco is fully supportive of the Information Technology Region (ITR) Initiatives, which are spearheaded by the P.P. Chaudhary," said the newly appointed group vice president and COO LeEco India, Alex Li.
"As frontrunners in bringing cutting edge technology as well as great features at competitive prices, we are very grateful for the encouraging user response received so far to all our products," added Li.
Making the user experience all the more superior is LeEco's Super Remote Control 3.0 available with 43" and 50" which is the handiest and smartest remote in the market. The four-direction navigation buttons help users easily access different applications and functions.
However, LeEco has announced irresistible inaugural offers with the introductory price of Super4 X40 at Rs. 42490; Super4 X43 Pro at Rs. 57490; Super4 X50 Pro at Rs. 78490 at attractive cash-back offers.
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