LeEco Le Pro 3 sold out of 500,000 units in 15 seconds!


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The LeEco Le Pro 3 went on sale in China yesterday and no less than 3.5 million people pre-registered to purchase it. Therefore, it’s no surprise that LeEco’s new Le Pro 3 sold out in just 15 seconds.

LeEco didn’t sell out of a few hundred or even a few thousand units, but they sold out of their entire first batch of phones, a whopping 500,000 units!

Starting at 1799 yuan ($269), the Le Pro 3 utilizes the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 and a minimum of 4GB of RAM, outperforming both the OnePlus 3 and the ZTE Axon 7 in price/performance alone. And those who need a replacement phone having returned their exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7s have the option of paying less than a third of the Note 7 for very similar specifications.

Review units have not been sent out yet, so we cannot comment on how well the phone performs or if there are any potential issues, but we definitely have high hopes.

LeEco Le Pro 3 Specifications:

  • 5.5″ 1920×1080 IPS LCD Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 Quad Core Processor
  • 4/6GB RAM 32/64/128GB ROM
  • Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • 16MP Rear Camera, f/2.0, 1/2.8″ sensor size
  • 8 MP, f/2.2 Front Camera
  • USB-C, Fingerprint sensor
  • 4070mAh Battery
  • 175g, 151.4 x 73.9 x 7.5 mm
  • 1799 yuan ($269)

You can read more about the LeEco Le Pro 3 here and here.

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5 Comments

  1. Owsley_66
    September 29, 2016

    And it appears LeEco is coming to the U.S. on October 19th. Kudos to them. My Nexus 6p is definitely good for at least another year but if their phones are priced right, which I think they will be, then I just might buy one.

    • MaxPower
      September 29, 2016

      I read that news too.
      It looks like they will launch phones, bikes, TVs and other good stuff.

      I’ll be waiting for it with interest

      • balcobomber25
        September 29, 2016

        They purchased Vizio not too long back and already have an office set up in San Jose.

  2. Wolvie
    September 30, 2016

    It is the same exact problem as other famous cheap China vendors (Xiaomi, OnePlus, etc). Somehow all the products (at original cheap pricing) always sold away and magically appear again at much higher price at those china online re-sellers.

    Is it coincident that those china online re-sellers always got plenty of stocks ??? I DON’T THINK SO, there is something very fishy here.

    • NextHype
      September 30, 2016

      IMHO that’s not especially fishy, that’s just contracts between a phone brand and its distributors ^^

      But I agree the fishy thing is Xiaomi display unrealistic prices, since distributors sell their products with 20% commission at least.