LeMall officially opens in the U.S, accessories available TV’s coming soon


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LeTV have officially opened their U.S online mall and are now selling LeTV accessories to residents of the United States with LeTV smart TV availability later in the month.

LeTV are having a great week! The company managed to make an incredible $239 million during the 11:11 sales in China, and today have opened their online U.S mall for the first time.

Lemall.com/us currently offers LeTV accessories for sale including LeTV Reverse Earphones, LeMe Bluetooth headphones, LeTV all metal earphones and LeTV Bluetooth speakers. During their launch customers have the chance to order Bluetooth speakers from just $0.99, but even without offers all products are less than $20.

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Currently there are no LeTV phones available on the LeMall, but a teaser image does suggest that LeTV Android smart TVs will be available from the 16th November.

So far LeTV only have official online malls for the U.S, China and Hong Kong, let’s hope the upstart brand will bring its products to the rest of the world soon.

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22 Comments

  1. Black Hole
    November 12, 2015

    It’s soon in India too as there India site is live now http://in.lemall.com/

    http://i.imgur.com/zTkLFHA.jpg

  2. Black Hole
    November 12, 2015

    It’s soon in India too as there India site is live now http://in.lemall.com/

  3. Tajwar
    November 12, 2015

    And Europe? T. T

  4. Tajwar
    November 12, 2015

    And Europe? T. T

  5. Ulti
    November 12, 2015

    Hmm looks like there were reviews from Oct already for the earphones: http://us.lemall.com/us/product/InEarHeadphone.html

    I admit they look nice and the packaging and accessories is pretty awesome for their price. Build quality looks very nice for the price too but shame we can’t see any real photos of the cable. I imagine the microphone/buttons, jack and shells will be high quality as they seem to be metal but cables can be hit or miss.

    Shame I’m already waiting for my Xiaomi Hybrids and I have tons of IEMs already so I won’t be getting these.

    • Dante
      November 15, 2015

      look on the site again there are already photos of the cable and remote , it seems like it uses the same cable which is used in Kz iems which are pretty good so it wont be a problem , but damn the packsging and the build is tempting especially at only 11 bucks

      • Ulti
        November 15, 2015

        Not a fan of the KZ cables though, they’re a bit rubbery and the colours kinda look ugly. I prefer just the standard cable you get with something like the AuGlamour R8 or Westone cables where it’s just black braided:

        http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31ttQmzyFXL._SS270_.jpg

  6. Ulti
    November 13, 2015

    Hmm looks like there were reviews from Oct already for the earphones: http://us.lemall.com/us/product/InEarHeadphone.html

    I admit they look nice and the packaging and accessories is pretty awesome for their price. Build quality looks very nice for the price too but shame we can’t see any real photos of the cable. I imagine the microphone/buttons, jack and shells will be high quality as they seem to be metal but cables can be hit or miss.

    Shame I’m already waiting for my Xiaomi Hybrids and I have tons of IEMs already so I won’t be getting these.

    • Dante
      November 15, 2015

      look on the site again there are already photos of the cable and remote , it seems like it uses the same cable which is used in Kz iems which are pretty good so it wont be a problem , but damn the packsging and the build is tempting especially at only 11 bucks

    • Ulti
      November 15, 2015

      Not a fan of the KZ cables though, they’re a bit rubbery and the colours kinda look ugly. I prefer just the standard cable you get with something like the AuGlamour R8 or Westone cables where it’s just black braided:

  7. mustafa mustafa
    November 13, 2015

    huhuhuh..plis bring malaysia la

  8. mustafa mustafa
    November 13, 2015

    huhuhuh..plis bring malaysia la

  9. Faux-News
    November 14, 2015

    Andi, which is the cheap and best earphone you suggest buying currently ?

    Meizu HD50, Xiaomi Piston 3, Huawei AM 180, Vivo XE800 or JVC, JBL or something of that sort ?

    • Dante
      November 15, 2015

      vivo xe800 will be your best bet , maybe they dont feature the best complectation but it uses the vsonic gr07 driver which fits it like a glove great comfort amazing audio great impedance and build you lose nothing

      • Faux-News
        November 15, 2015

        How would you rate Xe800 in comparison with some other earphones you have used ?

        My usage is mostly as earphone, music (hip hop) and lectures. So i would like clarity and rich bass. I have been using the Samsung S5 earphones and its time for a change.

        • Dante
          November 16, 2015

          at first i was skeptical , (you know these are stock earphones and have a bland package) but god these are an amazing value at 60 bucks (at least it was in 2014 the bass was amaze too they had the best universal tip for everyone because they had rotating tips . But now there are a lot of new headphones that are cool and will make a change from your s5 earphones so i dont suggest instantly dropping that much for an unknown iem . Right now i am using the Vsd3s from vsonic and these are great but you need a good phone dac for them . You could get the non S which has a lot more bass and fits your style . The xiaomi Quantie / Hybrid earphones just arrived for me and are becoming my favourite budget iem with great comfort that kill the sound of the piston 3. Meizu hd70 look suspiciosly similliar to xiaomi mi headphones and carry the same price tag , i would reccomend waiting for a review because the Mi headphones were great value had 3 pair of earpads with its unical sound But for you right now head on head fi and read some xiaomi hybrid earphone reviews

          • Faux-News
            November 17, 2015

            I went through the models you mentioned. I have decided to stick with in-earphones rather the headphones.

            Vivo xe800 has good reviews and certainly looks a bang for the buck. Not sure but how it compares with my current Samsung s5 earphones.

            The vsonic earphones seem a bit more complicated for my taste.

            Also interested in the Huawei AM180 as i use Huawei phones and hence better compatibility.
            See: http://www.yugatech.com/toys-gadgets/huawei-ultimopower-anc-earphones-review/
            http://www.vmall.com/product/1403.html#2468,52

            It certainly costs more but has ANC. And if it does sound significantly better than Vivo xe800 i wouldn’t mind paying for it. But unfortunately not many reviews to find that out.

  10. Faux-News
    November 14, 2015

    Andi, which is the cheap and best earphone you suggest buying currently ?

    Meizu HD50, Xiaomi Piston 3, Huawei AM 180, Vivo XE800 or JVC, JBL or something of that sort ?

    • Dante
      November 15, 2015

      vivo xe800 will be your best bet , maybe they dont feature the best complectation but it uses the vsonic gr07 driver which fits it like a glove great comfort amazing audio great impedance and build you lose nothing

    • Faux-News
      November 15, 2015

      How would you rate Xe800 in comparison with some other earphones you have used ?

      My usage is mostly as earphone, music (hip hop) and lectures. So i would like clarity and rich bass. I have been using the Samsung S5 earphones and its time for a change.

    • Dante
      November 16, 2015

      at first i was skeptical , (you know these are stock earphones and have a bland package) but god these are an amazing value at 60 bucks (at least it was in 2014 the bass was amaze too they had the best universal tip for everyone because they had rotating tips . But now there are a lot of new headphones that are cool and will make a change from your s5 earphones so i dont suggest instantly dropping that much for an unknown iem . Right now i am using the Vsd3s from vsonic and these are great but you need a good phone dac for them . You could get the non S which has a lot more bass and fits your style . The xiaomi Quantie / Hybrid earphones just arrived for me and are becoming my favourite budget iem with great comfort that kill the sound of the piston 3. Meizu hd70 look suspiciosly similliar to xiaomi mi headphones and carry the same price tag , i would reccomend waiting for a review because the Mi headphones were great value had 3 pair of earpads with its unical sound But for you right now head on head fi and read some xiaomi hybrid earphone reviews

    • Faux-News
      November 17, 2015

      I went through the models you mentioned. I have decided to stick with in-earphones rather the headphones.

      Vivo xe800 has good reviews. Not sure but how it compares with my current Samsung s5 earphones. Also wondering if Vivo might drop new earphones soon with their new release mobile phones. And then the problem with fakes. How is 799Yuan (http://shop.vivo.com.cn/product-731.html?hmsr=%E5%AE%98%E7%BD%91&hmmd=%E5%9B%BE%E7%89%87&hmpl=%E4%BA%A7%E5%93%81%E5%BA%93&hmkw=&hmci=) earphones being sold for 10$ on aliexpress ?

      The vsonic earphones seems a bit more complicated for my taste.

      Also interested in the Huawei AM180 (499 Yuan) as i use Huawei phones and hence better compatibility.
      See: http://www.yugatech.com/toys-gadgets/huawei-ultimopower-anc-earphones-review/
      http://www.vmall.com/product/1403.html#2468,52

      Has a more premium design and with ANC. But unfortunately not many reviews to find that out how it compares with the others.