LeEco Planning Big Fall Launch in U.S.
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Well good luck with that...
thank you, come again
"Its U.S. products will be distinct, targeted specifically at U.S. millennials. The company is currently negotiating with rights holders for U.S. video content — both recorded and live — to offer via its service, whi...
As long as the LTE bands are compatible with US carriers, many of the phone are quite comparable to what is already out on the US market.
I have a Gionee and not a problem with it. Bought it unlocked for under $400.
Rather than a 2 year phone contract with a carrier or paying over $500 outright for the phone, hopefully more selection drives the prices down.