LeEco's debut in the U.S. didn't go according to plan, and the company has announced that it will lay off 325 employees. The news comes on the heels of founder Jia Yueting stating that he would step down.
LeEco has been struggling as of late as it expands and over-expands itself, but Chinese real estate holding company Sunac China Holdings seems to have faith in the company as it acquired stakes in three LeEco businesses for 16.8 billion yuan.
LeEco's first Black Friday sale since launching in the U.S. kicks off the morning of November 25 and runs all the way to midnight on November 28, offering up steep discounts on its two phone sand range of 4K TVs.
LeEco is huge in China and India, and is now making inroads into the U.S. market by launching phones and TVs that offer great value for money. Here's what you need to know about LeEco's unique business model.
How does a manufacturer make its generic-looking smartphones enticing to the general populace? For LeEco, the answer is stuffing its first two U.S. smartphone releases with an abundance of internet TV channels and what seem to be direct-to-video movie releases.
LeEco is a multimedia, hardware, software and services company that began in China but has since expanded globally, including to the U.S. in late 2016. Originally called LeTV before a rebranding, it's hard to put a specific title on what LeEco does — it kind of does everything. When it comes to hardware, LeEco makes phones, but that's just one part of the strategy. It's also the...
Though it's a huge company, LeEco is a relatively unknown quantity in North America. Taking to a launch event in San Francisco, it aimed to change that with the launch of its LeMall e-commerce store and several products in the U.S. today.
Starting at ₹22,999, the LeEco Le Max 2 offers a lot of value for the price. USB-C audio is the headlining feature, as the phone is the first to ditch the traditional headphone jack in favor of digital audio. Time to find out if LeEco made the right decision by getting rid of the ubiquitous 3.5mm audio jack.
Dubbed as "Superphone," the large 6.33-inch display is the highlight of the Le Max. It checks all the boxes of a flagship smartphone on the specifications sheet, and is a great option on the table if you’re looking for a premium Android smartphone.