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LeEco introduces CDLA standard in India, invests INR 200 million

02-July-2016
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LeEco introduces CDLA standard in India, invests INR 200 million

LeEco, the global internet and technology conglomerate with its second generation Superphones Le 2 and Le Max2 launched recently in the Indian market, has invested Rs 200 million in popularising the pioneering CDLA standard. Patented by LeEco, Continual Digital Lossless Audio or CDLA is a technology that is all set to redefine the smartphone audio technology worldwith a revolutionary music experience.                                                                                                                     

In the first flash sale of its Superphones Le 2 and Le Max2 scheduled for June 28, the internet technology conglomerate will be giving away a free CDLA earphone worth Rs. 1990 to all Le 2 and Le Max2 buyers.

LeEco has introduced a Membership Program that comes bundled with the two Superphones.

As part of LeEco’s partnerships with, Eros Now and YuppTVand Hungama Music, Le 2 and Le Max2 users have an access to a content library of 2000+ movies and 3000+ hours of curated shows, 150+ live TV channels and very soon to 1.9 million songs with lossless audio. The Superphones with a one-year LeEco Supertainment program will allow users to enjoy –

-          5TB clouds drive space

-          50+ Big Ticket International Live Concerts, exclusive Live Streaming of Major Entertainment Events & Music Concerts Worldwide

-          7500+ hours of world class entertainment! LeEco will also give users a chance to tune into these top International Live Concerts – Live and Offline – in Lossless Audio.  

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