TELEVISIONS PHONES

ECOSYSTEM

LeMobile
LeMobile has pioneered a line of stylish yet accessible ecophones that blend sleek design with high-end specs and disruptive pricing for the ultimate in user-centric functionality. LeMobile smashed sales records with its first-generation devices, while its latest flagship — the Le Pro3 — topped 3.57 million pre-orders in China in just 24 hours. LeMobile is now bringing the Le Pro3 to U.S. users and to the rest of the world.
SEE Plan
LeEco's SEE (Super Electric Ecosystem) Plan was founded in 2014 and includes the development of internet-connected, intelligent electric vehicles and open automotive ecosystems – including LeEco's own concept self-driving car, the LeSEE. To date SEE partnerships and investments have been announced with Aston Martin, BAIC Motor Beijing Dianzhuang Technology Ltd., Chinese ride sharing app Yidao Yongche, and smart EV start-up Faraday Future.
LeTV
LeTV is the television arm of LeEco, and its line of ecotvs is one of China's top sellers, accounting for one out of every 3 TVs sold online today. Models come in a wide range of sizes, and feature state-of-the-art hardware specs and an unrivaled library of content and apps. Our line of televisions continue to experience rapid growth, with more than 7 million sold in the past three years.
LeSports
Established in 2014, LeSports is China's leading Internet-based eco-sports company and an independently funded subsidiary of leading global technology company, LeEco. Recently, LeSports announced the securing of $1.2 billion in Series B funding, bringing the company's total valuation to $3.3 billion.
LeMusic
LeMusic is LeEco's online live-streaming music platform and production company. As a pioneer of China's online pay-per-view live concert model, LeMusic is the only music streaming provider there that covers PC, phone, tablet and TVs. With the most exciting line-up of 4K music video content in China, LeMusic's library includes music from top-selling artists around the world, and the company has produced more than 300 concerts in 2015 alone.
Le Vision Pictures
Le Vision Pictures is one of China's three largest film studios by total box office sales. The studio produced the country's all-time highest-grossing film franchise, Tiny Times, and co-financed and distributed The Expendables 2 and 3 in China. In November 2015, Los Angeles-based Le Vision Pictures announced a production slate of 13 films including the biggest budget U.S. – China co-production to date, Yimou Zhang's The Great Wall. Co-produced with Legendary East and Universal Pictures, the film stars Matt Damon. In 2016, LeVP welcomed sister company Le Vision Entertainment, a new operation helmed by Hollywood veteran Adam Goodman focused on English-language productions for LeEco's smart devices.
LeCloud
LeCloud is the connected backbone powering LeEco's multiple screens, smart devices and content, providing a comprehensive streaming experience. An open, global cloud service with a multi-device and multi-layer distribution system that covers 750 CDNs in 60 countries and 5 continents, the lightning-fast LeCloud boasts a bandwidth of 30Tbps.