LeEco’s Le S3, Le Pro 3 go on sale in the U.S. today


It’s November 2, which means LeEco is hosting its very first flash sale online in the United States.

There’s a big flash sale over at LeMall where you’ll see all of the company’s latest products available at a discount.


Starting off LeEco’s push into a new country is the Le S3 and Le Pro 3, two very similar devices from the outside only separated by a couple of key things. Each has 5.5-inch Full HD display and Android 6.0 Marshallow covered by EUI, but the Le Pro 3 leaves the Le S3’s Snapdragon 652 processor for the Snapdragon 821 processor. The Le Pro 3 also has a 4070mAh battery while the lesser phone’s battery is 3000mAh; however, both charge through a USB Type-C port.

Remember that these are unlocked phones so you can take them to any GSM network.


You’re getting plenty of value, too. Both the Le S3 and Le Pro 3 come with free 3-month EcoPass memberships. This is the service that gives consumers access to video streaming, cloud storage, extended warranties, and exclusive discounts.

The Le S3 and Le Pro 3 are priced at $249 and $399, respectively. Not today, though! These phones are part of the U.S. flash sale, dropping $100 from their price tags.

Other devices eligible for steep savings on your part include smart televisions and accessories, and there’s even a Wheel of Deals to spin on LeMall for you to get up to five promotional codes every day. So yeah, LeEco is not messing around with its U.S. arrival.

If you want to take advantage of the discounts, you just have to enroll in LeRewards. Then, whenever a deal is active on LeMall, you can easily claim instant rebates and save money.

LeEco’s U.S. flash sale ends when supplies run out, and we expect that to happen soon as no one is aware of the number of units the company is reserving for today.

Buy it now: LeMall

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