Huawei, Xiaomi, Apple, Oppo and Vivo make up 91 percent of China's smartphone market, Samsung has only 2.2 percent: Report
Apple has managed to capture 17.4 percent of market share in China, while Android share of the market fell slightly to 82.3 percent.
LeEco's first dual-camera equipped smartphone is finally out and it comes with its very own AI assistant.
LeEco is facing now financial issues in the US as it reportedly delayed payroll for its employees this month.
The LeEco Le X850 could be launched as the LeEco Le Max 3.
LeEco is back with its latest TV range and here is what we think of the Super4 X40 40-inch Full HD smart TV.
According to popular tipster on Weibo @kjuma this smartphone has been code-named the LeEco Le X850 would officially be announced on 11 April.
It has only been a year or so since the company entered the Indian market and in a short while from smartphones, it has started selling its LED TV range. While Xiaomi is still struggling to bring its popular Mi TV, LeEco is now one step ahead. So is the new 55-inch 4K TV priced at Rs 60,000 from LeEco worth the money? Let's find out.
Thanks to a recent leak on Weibo, we know that a LeEco Le 2s Pro will be arriving soon that scored 157,897 points on the benchmarking test app AnTuTu.
With the hashtag "The future is Big" and plenty of visual teasers, it is easy to conclude that LeEco now has plans to enter the television market in India.
LeEco is expected to launch its range of Le Super TV globally next week which could be an issue for players like Samsung, Sony and LG specifically in India
A leaked image shows the back panel of an LeEco smartphone with a dual-camera setup at the back.
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LeEco announced that their flagship LeEco Le Max Pro will go on sale starting February 22nd, at MWC 2016. The device is ridiculously powerful, playing host to the Snapdragon 820 and with specs to match. The phone will be priced at 1,999RMB (Rs. 21,000).
While LeEco's focus is expected to be content, the company has certainly delivered a well-polished product, one which showcases the company's skills in building quality smartphones that showcases no compromise when it comes to design.
Chinese electronics firm LeEco is planning to a set-up research and development centre in India with a team of about 1,000 people.
The silhouettes in the teaser look similar to the Letv smartphone range that was recently announced at CES 2016.