LeEco Has An Unofficial International Web Outlet

LeEco, a fairly new Chinese OEM that managed to rise quickly to stardom, partly by offering the world's first Snapdragon 820 phone, has a wide variety of products that are only officially available in China and India. Outside of those markets, one would have to go through a reseller like GearBest or find what they want on a site like Amazon or eBay in order to get one of LeEco's devices for themselves. Those methods, of course, have the disadvantage of possible higher prices than buying direct, as well as limited inventory and stock. Of course, with a focused retailer rather than an all-around resale site, some of these troubles could be alleviated, and that's exactly what LeTVMart is.

LeTVMart, for all intents and purposes, is the most official way to go about getting your LeEco gear if you don't live in India or China, LeEco's two current active markets where it sells its own goods first-party. LeTVMart's inventory is currently a bit on the meager side, offering a grand total of 12 different phones and a few accessories and assorted gadgetry, but the prices are fairly close to the official ones and they're much less likely to run out of stock than a normal resale website. On top of that, the inventory they do have represents most of the bests in LeTV's lineup. The Le 2, Le 2 Pro and Le Max 2 are all on offer, with some phones even having different variants available. Some of LeEco's headphones and a Bluetooth speaker are also available for now, but the stock will likely expand in the future.

The site ships internationally, no matter where you are, and prices can be shown in USD, AUD, Euros, or Pounds. Free shipping is available for most items, with shipping insurance available for fairly low prices. Depending on the delivery method, most orders will ship within 5 to 8 business days. Orders can be tracked via the information you'll receive by email upon ordering, or by checking your order on the website, where you can register an account. The site is unable to cover any customs, duties or tariffs for shipping to your country, however.

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