LeEco sells 55,000 Le 1s units in nine seconds!

New Delhi: The third flash sale of Chinese smartphone maker LeEco’s budget smartphone Le 1s on Tuesday ended in barely nine seconds with a record order of 55,000 units.

The response to the silver Le 1s with 4,23,000 pre-sale registrations has proved its popularity than the gold colour version. LeEco has achieved a cumulative 20,28,000 registrations in its three flash sales.LeEco sells 55,000 Le 1s units in nine seconds!


“We believe that with this third highly successful outcome, LeEco has lived up to its global reputation of being a market disruptor and game changer. We are delighted with the huge vote of confidence that Indian consumers have given us,” Atul Jain, COO, smart electronics business, LeEco India said in a statement.

The company’s high-end smartphone Le Max was also available on Open sale on Flipkart on Tuesday and it was also sold out. “Le Max, the top-selling premium Superphone, which joins the sales in India for the first time, has proved to be a strong contender,” Jain added.

The company sold 70,000 Le 1s devices during its first flash sale in a flat two seconds and 95,000 smartphones in 20 seconds during the second flash sale on e-tail major Flipkart.

LeEco had on January 20 launched two “superphones” — Le Max and Le 1S — in the Indian market.

The Le 1s with all its features and a price of Rs.10,999 is a good buy.

Display quality, good user interface, fast charging, lag-free multi-tasking and handy design that lets user work with one hand are some of the features to look for in the phone.

The phone boasts of 2.2 GHz Octa-core Mediatek MT6795 Helio X10 processor with PowerVR G6200 GPU and 3GB DDR3 RAM with 5.5-inch display and 32GB storage.

It has 13-megapixel auto focus rear camera with ISOCELL technology and blue glass infrared filter and 5-megapixel front camera, dual 4G/LTE, 3,000 mAH battery and a mirror-finish fingerprint identification system.

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