LeEco launches first ever TV campaign for its Superphones

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LeEco has recently launched its first TV campaign for its second generation Superphones Le 2 and Le Max2. The TVC demonstrates the supreme specifications of the two Superphones including LeEco’s patented and unrivaled CDLA technology.

“We launched in India with focused digital and front page print strategy. This undoubtedly created a big impact and worked very well for the brand. Now, in tandem with our rapid growth we have expanded our marketing arsenal to include outdoor and Television. Our TVC rides on the basic insight that Millennials (our primary target audience), relate to a futuristic approach which aligns perfectly with the brand’s proposition. Through this TVC, we seek to communicate key differentiators of our disruptive Superphones, specifically our CDLA technology and the content ecosystem,” said Manish Aggarwal, Vice President Marketing Communications, Smart Electronics Business, LeEco India.

The TVC has been conceptualized and created by J Walter Thompson India, one of India’s leading Advertising agencies in India. The TVC runs across a bouquet of channels targeted at the urban youth. The TVC first went on air on August 10, 2016 across 60+ channels.

“Today’s youth is constantly living in tomorrow and technology brands like LeEco are making it possible for them to do that seamlessly. Today, Content is the King and the youth its biggest consumer. The TVC mirrors the desire of today’s youth and offers the perfect solution in LeEco Superphones with path breaking CDLA technology to enable them to live the future”, said Joy Chauhan, Managing Partner, JWT Bangalore.

The TVC showcases some distinct features of Le 2 and Le Max2. Both Superphones pioneer the industry first CDLA (Continual Digital Lossless Audio) Standard and come with USB Type-C audio port, clearly demonstrated in the TVC. It also illustrates how users can immerse themselves in an ultimate experience that the ecosystem enabled superphones offer them.

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