New Delhi: Chinese internet and technology conglomerate LeEco's smartphone Le Max2 which integrates world's first Continual Digital Lossless Audio (CDLA) Standard is all set to redefine the smartphone audio technology in India. Launched last week, Le Max2 comes bundled with one-year LeEco Membership worth Rs 4,900. LeEco has replaced the 3.5mm headphone port with the world's first CDLA Type-C interface, leading an audio revolution that has otherwise remained stagnant for decades. The Le Max2 device comes with a 5.7-inch display running at 2560×1440 pixels resolution. The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor paired with 4/6 GB RAM with 32/64 GB on board memory. The "Superphone" is equipped with a 3100mAh battery with Quick Charge 2.0 feature and connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, HSPA+ and 4G/LTE, among others. Le Max2 sports 21MP rear camera and 8MP front "selfie" camera. The rear camera also supports phase-detection auto-focus (PDAF), optical image stabilisation (OIS) feature, along with 4K video-recording capabilities. LeEco has added more features to its supertainment membership programme in Le Max2. The add-on includes access to more than 50 international live concerts on LeEco phones. Members can also get access to exclusive live-streaming of leading entertainment events and music concerts all over the world. The users can also enjoy over 2,000 movie, 3000 shows and more than 150 live TV channels besides 1.9 million songs with lossless audio. The next generation superphone from LeEco with their premium specs will be a delight to users who love watching content and multi task as the amount of processing power available under the hood makes it a super smooth experience. The device with 5.7-inch screen and Quad HD (2560×1440 pixels) resolution that aids good viewing angles, accurate colours and sharpness, scores well over its competitors. While OnePlus 3 has 5.5-inch screen with Full HD (1,920x1,080) resolution and Optic AMOLED display, Mi 5 has settled for a 5.15-inch standard LCD panel.