Deal: LeEco Le Pro3 and Le S3 now available for $80 off

Deal: LeEco Le Pro3 and Le S3 now available for $80 off
Several weeks after being officially released via Amazon and Best Buy, the LeEco Le Pro3 and LeEco Le S3 are now available for $80 off via both retailers. This means that the high-end Le Pro3 can be bought for $319.99 (instead of $399.99), while the mid-range Le S3 can be yours for $169.99 (instead of $249.99). 

The handsets are unlocked and compatible with most US GSM/LTE carriers (including AT&T and T-Mobile), but they do not work on CDMA/LTE networks like Verizon or Sprint. If you buy any of the two phones until January 5, 2017, you're getting a free 3-month subscription to AT&T's DirecTV Now streaming service.

Running Android Marshmallow with LeEco's custom UI on top, the Le Pro3 and Le S3 are metal-made handsets with 5.5-inch 1080p displays, fingerprint scanners on the back, and no 3.5mm headset jacks (you'll have to use USB Type-C, or Bluetooth headsets with these phones).

Being the costlier model, the LeEco Le Pro3 is also the one that has more to offer in terms of features, including a speedy Snapdragon 821 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal memory, and a 4070 mAh battery. As for the Le S3, this is powered by a Snapdragon 652 processor, further featuring 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal memory, and a 3000 mAh battery.

Meanwhile, if you want to buy the Le Pro3 and Le S3 from LeEco's US website, you can only find them at the old prices there ($399.99 and $249.99, respectively). Check out Amazon's and Best Buy's offers via the source links below.


sources: Amazon (Le Pro3, Le S3), Best Buy (Le Pro3, Le S3)

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