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Spoiler alert: LeEco set to launch Le Max 2, Le Se 3, Android TVs in US on Oct 19

first_imgLeEco is set to enter the US maket come October 19. Ahead of the grand announcement — to be hosted in San Francisco — the company seems to have inadvertently played spoilsport to its own scheme of events. It has leaked, probably, the entire range of products that it plans to launch on October 19 in the US, alongside pricing details.As per the company’s own website (first reported by Android Police), LeEco will launch two phones and four Android-based TVs on October 19. The phones include, the Le Max 2 and the Le S3 (which is simply a rebranded Le 2) while the TVs include, the Super4 X43 Pro TV, the Super4 X55 TV, the Super4 X65 TV and the uMax85 TV. While the Le Max 2 will cost buyers $349 (only to be available at a reduced price of $289 through December 2016) the Le S3 will sell for $299.The LeEco Le Max 2 and the Le 2 have already been launched in India, and are officially the world’s first smartphones to feature a USB Type-C audio connector which means that the same port that you use for charging and data syncing can be used to connect your heaphones. The company has designed special USB Type-C headphones for the purpose.They are no ordinary USB Type-C headphones though. They are harbingers of LeEco’s home-brewed Continual Digital Lossless Audio or CDLA technology that allows the new phones to churn out lossless audio. This means, what you see is what you get. All your FLAC files for instance will play ‘untouched’ via LeEco’s compatible headphones, just the way they are meant to sound.advertisementAdditionally, both the phones support Dolby Atoms sound tech on speakers.The Le 2 and Le Max 2 boast of full-metal unibody and rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. While the Le 2 is a 5.5-inch phone, the Le Max 2 comes with a larger 5.7-inch screen. The Le 2 has a fullHD resolution display, while the Le Max 2 has a QuadHD screen.The Le 2 is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 652 processor while the premiere Le Max 2 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor under the hood. The Le 2 has 3GB RAM and 32GB memory while the Le Max 2 has a whopping 6 gigs of RAM and 64GB of memory. Both the phones are dualSIM capable, support 4G LTE (VoLTE ready) and run Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based EUI out-of-the-box. Expandable storage is not supported.On the camera front, the Le Max 2 sports a 21-megapxiel camera on the rear with f/2.0 aperture, optical image stabilisation and phase detection autofocus. There’s also an 8-megapixel camera on the front. The Le 2 on the other hand sports a 16-megapxiel camera on the rear with PDAF and dualLED flash along with an 8-megapixel camera on the front.While the Le Max 2 has a 3,100mAh battery inside, the Le 2 is backed by a 3,000mAh battery. Both the phones support fast charging.Also Read: LeEco Le 2, Le Max 2 quick review: Look ma, no 3.5mm audio jack!last_img read more

2016 NTL Player of the Final awards

first_imgCongratulations to the following players who received Player of the Final honours at the 2016 National Touch League. Elite Eight Men’s Player of the Final – Lachlan Pierce (QLD Cowboys)Elite Eight Men’s Player of the Series – Lachlan Pierce (QLD Cowboys)Elite Eight Women’s Player of the Final – Kimberley Sue See (QLD Broncos)Elite Eight Women’s Player of the Series – Kimberley Sue See (QLD Broncos)Mixed Open – Oscar Sanft and Natasha Adams (Brisbane City Cobras)Men’s T League – Marcus Holme (South QLD Sharks)Women’s T League – Eliza West (Victoria)Women’s 27’s – Katie Shaw (South QLD Sharks)Men’s 30’s – Ryan Pollock (South QLD Sharks)Women’s 35’s – Nicole Mitchell (Hunter Western Hornets)Men’s 40’s – Dean Wilbow (Hunter Western Hornets)Women’s 40’s – Anita Hagarty (NQ Cyclones) Men’s 45’s – Bruce McDonald (South QLD Sharks)Men’s 55’s – Shane Beale (NQ Cyclones)Men’s 50’s – Jeffrey Carrick (South QLD Sharks)Senior Mixed – James Harrington and Hayley McAnelly (South QLD Sharks)Related LinksNTL Player of Finalslast_img read more