LeEco Le Pro 3 is poised to become one of the top-selling smartphones in Asia and probably the world this 2016 thanks to eye-popping 500K units that were sold within the first 15 seconds of the phone going live.
Apparently, more than 3.5 million units had already been preordered last week when the phone was opened for presales. The phone was unveiled in China this week Wednesday and apparently, the highly-populated country bought half a million units in just a matter of seconds.
So, what made the LeEco Le Pro 3 sell such a huge number of units in a very short period of time? As it has become usual with Chinese OEMs, the Le Pro 3 is a phone that is easy to catch the attention of any smartphone lover. Starting all the way from the looks, the hardware specs and features and down to the price of the phone – you will be impressed.
For starters, you only need 1799 Yuan, which is about $269, to get your hands on a new LeEco Le Pro 3 phone. This is a price tag that we see with mid-range devices that carry similarly midrange hardware specs and features. However, you will be surprised with what is on offer via the LeEco Le Pro 3. In addition to the 5.5-inch Full HD screen that features a 2.5D curved glass, the Le Pro 3 also packs some impressive performance specs. There is the latest Snapdragon 821 SoC on board that maxes a clock speed of 2.3GHz. This processor has two RAM pairings, with one being 4GB while the other is 6GB.
The LeEco Le Pro 3 unit that packs 4GB RAM comes with 32GB of onboard storage while the one with 6GB RAM follows it up with 64GB of onboard storage. There is a 16MP snapper at the back with f/2.0 aperture while the front has an 8MP selfie camera. You also get a USB Type-C port for data transfer and battery charging. The Le Pro 3 features a 4070mAh battery unit that includes Quick Charge 3.0 technology for fast charging. Android Marshmallow powers it out of the box, with the phone available in three color options of gold, rose gold and gray.
Make sure you grab yourself a new LeEco Le Pro 3 before it probably faces a similar case as what happened to OnePlus 3 where demand exceeded supply.