LeEco partners up with Best Buy, Amazon and Target to promote devices

LeEco has been hoping to crack its way into the US market for a while now, and they’ve finally succeeded. Not only that, but the company’s even managed to bag itself some pretty useful partners along the way.

Beginning on the 1st of December, you’ll be able to purchase LeEco’s Le Pro3 and Le S3 from Amazon, Target and Best Buy. The devices will be available via their offline and online stores, as well as LeEco’s own LeMall.com online store.


On top of that, starting nowuntil the 5th of January, those who purchase the Le Pro3 and Le S3 phones get a free 3-month subscription to AT&T’s brand new DirecTV Now streaming service. Some of LeEco’s TVs like the Super4 X Series and uMax models, will also come with free access to DirecTV Now.

The LeEco Le Pro3 and Le S3 were introduced back in early November, featuring decent mid-range specs for the price. Both are 5.5-inch, full metal devices running customized versions of Android Marshmallow. The main difference is that the Le Pro 3 runs a Snapdragon 821 chipset and costs $399, while the Le S3 sets you back at $249.


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