Chinese internet conglomerate LeEco has sold as many as 200,000 smartphones within 30 days, the company said on Wednesday. The company calls its phones "superphones".
"The incredible response from our consumers is very humbling and it re-affirms that our proposition of breakthrough technology, comprehensive ecosystem and sustainable disruptive pricing is being well received by our consumers," Atul Jain, the company's India head said in a statement.
LeEco, formerly LeTv, had on January 20 launched two "superphones" -- LeMax and Le1S -- in the Indian market.
"India is our new destination. We look forward to making our presence felt strongly in the Indian market, a market of youths," Jain had said at the launch event.
Earlier in January, the company had showcased in a select preview event, a series of its smart devices, including 3D helmet, Bluetooth headphone and super cycle. The Chinese smartphone-maker claims that affordable devices are its unique selling point.