Chinese company LeTV has announced that total sales of its smartphones crossed the 4 million mark this year. The announcement came in the form of an official post on Weibo.
It's worth mentioning that LeTV has effectively achieved the aforementioned 4 million milestone in less than a year given that the company first entered the smartphone market back in April 2015. And going by the numbers that have been revealed until now, it looks like the firm is rapidly climbing the popularity charts in its home country of China.
For those who aren't already aware, LeTV became the fastest growing Chinese smartphone manufacturers after it sold 1 million units its first three months, and it broke its own record by selling that many handsets in November alone.
Now, the company is expanding its footprint, ready to enter India with Le Max, which has 6.33-inch display and 4GB RAM. The world's first SD820-powered phone is also from LeTV - dubbed Le Max Pro, the device was unveiled yesterday at CES.
Yet to c any top Chinese brand with a service centre in Nigeria, I hope manufacturers look me xiaomi, meizu and LeEco could break that jinx, more Nigerians are using their brands already, I'm one, 😉, and LeEco 1s is really a deal breaker ...
Its actually a good product, but do you have a branch office in Nigeria to repair when it develop fault eventually?
Exactly, no LeTV brands in GSM Arena Phone Finder.