The Chinese phone maker, LeEco has launched the first smart bike called Le Syvrac has 4GB of RAM also known as Le Super Bike.
The LeEco smart bike is made with carbon fiber and titanium, and runs on Android OS on a 4-inch display adjusted in between the handles.
The 4inch smartphone runs a special skin called BikeOS with inbuilt of useful features for the road. The phone inbuilt with a 4 GB of RAM, a 4G connection and a fingerprint sensor which can be used to lock the bike.
The phone is powered by a 1.3GHz processor and a battery that can be charged just by cycling. LeEco made sure the wheels are unlocked few minutes before the battery runs out.
It has laser pointers, a heart rate sensor, a built-in speaker and camera. LeEco Le Syvrac lasers, which beam out red lines on either side of the bike to give nearby car drivers an indication to keep away from the bicycle for safety reason. The bike is integrated with alarm system also by software.
Source : Digital Trends
The LeEco Le Syvrac is on sale in China, with prices ranging from $800 to more than $6,000 for the all-carbon frame option.