LeEco's Flash Sale on the Le S3 and Le Pro3 Starts Now!

LeEco had their big US launch last week, and it went fairly well for them. Although since then, we've been hearing from their chairman that they have been expanding a bit too quickly and that they are running out of money. But that hasn't kept them from continuing their flash sale strategy in the US. In fact, another flash sale has just started in the US, over on LeMall. You'll be able to pick up the LeEco Le S3 and the Le Pro3 for $100 off of the regular price. Which brings the price down to $149 and $299 respectively. Their TV's are also on sale in this flash sale, except for the 85-inch TV. That one will remain at its regular price. But the 43-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch are all on sale.

Now this is a flash sale, so it ends in 12 hours, that's 10PM PT or 1AM ET (November 10th). However it may end earlier, depending on how long supplies last. Which in flash sales like these, they normally don't last long. Flash sales are a bit new to the US market, they are very popular in China and other parts of Asia though. Basically what companies do, is they manufacturer a batch of smartphones (or whatever product they are selling) and then sells it on their store. And when it's sold out, they are done until more can be made. So they don't have to worry about holding onto the products, and they also get plenty of press for these products selling out in matter of seconds, usually.

If you're looking for a higher-end smartphone, the LeEco Le Pro3 is a pretty decent one, spec-wise at least. There's a Snapdragon 821 processor inside, with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage inside. While the lower-end Le S3, which is still pretty high-end for its price, sports a Snapdragon 652 inside with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. Still plenty of power to do everyday tasks like gaming, checking Twitter and email. You can take advantage of LeEco's flash sale by using the link down below. Hopefully their supplies last longer than they did last week.

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