LeEco Takes Mobile Gaming a Step Forward 

LeEco’s three new Superphones-- Le 1s Eco, Le 2 and Le Max2-- are leading the pack in the Indian smartphone market with 3 GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage as mobile gamers have been in the quest to move to a higher level of ‘3+32’ era for a  - Sakshi Post

New Delhi: As per a recent study by
Facebook, 70 percent gamers across the globe, including India choose
smartphones as their primary gaming platform. This is followed by
computers, tablets and game consoles. The mobile gaming industry will
generate an annual revenue of $36.9 billion in 2016, which would be
bigger than that of the PC gaming for the first time, the study
showed.

The mobile gaming industry will generate an annual revenue of $36.9 billion in 2016, which would be bigger than that of the PC gaming for the first time, the study showed.

Mobile gaming is also attracting users
from other social media. The new sensation of Pokemon Go has taken
the smartphone gamers’ world by storm and users are spending more
time playing the game than they are on any other social media
platform. While this new trend of smartphone usage has caught the
smartphone brands off guard, global internet and ecosystem
conglomerate, LeEco responded to this new dynamic well in time.

At a time when 80 percent of the
smartphones sold on eCommerce sites in India, come with less than 3GB
RAM, LeEco’s three new Superphones, Le 1s Eco, Le 2 and Le Max2 are
leading the pack in the Indian smartphone market with 3GB or more
memory. For a long time, mobile gamers have been in the quest to move
to a higher level of ‘3+32’ era, where smartphones are at least
equipped with 3 GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.

The gaming world was pleasantly
surprised by the launch of LeEco’s Superphones that provide
high-intensity gaming experience and high-resolution graphic display
all at attractive prices for buyers.

Source: PR Newswire/ PTI



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