Chinese electronics giant LeEco is planning to start virtual reality headsets and smart TVs in India in the June quarter. The company have already entered the country with its smartphone range.
LeEco’s VR headset, Le 3D Helmet, is expected to be launched with a 5.5 inch, 2K resolution screen with a 70 degree field of view. The same was launched in China in September.
Virtual reality (VR) is considered as the next big thing in technology but not many devices are available for sale in India.
Oculus, the VR company Facebook Inc bought in 2014, has started accepting pre-orders this month for its much-awaited headset, Rift, which is priced at $599.