LeEco's Max2 smartphone answers low-battery problems

New Delhi: Chinese internet and technology conglomerate LeEco's newly-launched smartphone, Le Max2, could answer the nagging issue of low battery. Armed with a 3,100mAh battery, Le Max2 is equipped with Type C Quick Charge 2.0 feature that makes users worry free about charging their phones every now and then, the company said on Sunday. The so-called "superphone" is also Quick Charge 3.0 ready. The Intelligent Dynamic Voltage Scaling technology helps the device to dynamically adjust the charging voltage over the battery charging cycle for the optimal charging efficiency and speed. The phone also offers enough storage to carry documents around.  Le Max2's 4GB RAM and 32GB ROM variant is available at Rs 22,999, while the the other variant -- 6GB RAM and 64GB ROM -- comes at a cost of Rs 29,999. LeEco held the first flash sale for Le Max2 and Le 2 devices on June 28. The company will hold the second flash sale on LeMall, LeEco's own e-commerce marketplace, and Flipkart for both the phones at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. respectively on July 5.