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Chinese OEM LeEco to enter the American markets this Fall


Chinese manufacturer #LeEco is supposedly keen on entering the U.S. market. The company has now claimed that it plans to enter the American mobile industry by Fall this year. The arrival of popular Chinese OEMs on U.S. soil isn’t a new development with the likes of Huawei, ZTE and others already enjoying a decent presence in the region. LeEco is one of the most popular manufacturers in China as well as Asia, thanks to its combination of software, hardware and an attractive price tag. The company which was formerly known as LeTV specializes in cloud services and other content, which could give its devices a significant advantage over the competition in the U.S.

While the precise timeline of its arrival is not available, the company is said to be preparing for the launch by hiring marketing specialists to help with the transition. The company is known for its premium-looking smartphones with one of them even sporting 6GB of RAM, so there’s no dearth of quality flagship handsets from LeEco.

Would you welcome the arrival of a new Chinese OEM in the U.S.? Share your thoughts below.

Via: Phone Scoop

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