LeEco officially starts selling direct to US consumers, rebates galore

We told you about LeEco recently, another aggressive China-based company that wants to invade the US market. LeEco, while otherwise unknown to most US consumers, has been a known quantity in China for a while now, and they have been manufacturing all manner of interesting Android devices, if only the world would have noticed. But they’ll surely be noticed now, launching the robust but ridiculously affordable flagship, the Le Pro3.

LeEco has opened selling via their US online store, LeMall.com, and they’re starting their business in the US with some very nice rebates for those who would jump early on their products. The Le Pro3 is a very competent phone – a handsome 5.5-inch flagship with 2.5D curved glass and a sleek brushed metal finish. It is powered by a Snapdragon 821, the fastest chip Qualcomm has in the market, supported by 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. It retails for a ridiculous USD$399, hardly a price for a flagship. What’s better is that with a USD$100 rebate, you can get it for a paltry USD$299.

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To get with the rewards and rebates, you only need to visit the website linked above and click on the LeRewards banner. You have to sign up for an account and select the instant rebate you’d like to claim. The rebate will be automatically usable on the site which has its initial flash sale that started yesterday.

The more modest Le S3 is a midrange phone which – with the rebate – you can get at USD$149. For LeEco’s big screen televisions, the rebates go as high as USD$1000. So check out the website when you can. If you’re looking for a bargain, this might be it.

SOURCE: LeEco