In the upcoming CES 2020 stage, Konka, the Chinese TV maker, will showcase and sell a richer OLED TV product line to U.S. consumers. The X11 series, which uses the new 4K OLED screen, will debut in the U.S. this spring, with 55 inches and 65 inches for consumers to choose from, according to the company’s press release, but no specific price information has been released.
According to the press release, Konka will launch four smart TVs for the U.S. market, including the getting-off H3 series, the 4K-screen U5 series, the QLED Q7 series and the X11 series with OLED panels. All models are equipped with an Android TV interface and a voice control remote control. Despite OLED’s inherent pixel-by-pixel dimming, the company has confirmed that all LCD TVs launched this spring will not have full array local dimming.
The Q7 series, which features 4K QLED (LCD TV with quantum dot technology), will offer 50 inches ($700), 55 inches ($800), 65 inches ($1,200) and 75 inches ($2,000) in size. The XC3 UHD engine, ColorWave Pro wide color gamut, and ZeroBezel Pro design capabilities are available in terms of functionality.
The Konka U5 series offers four HDMI 2.0 input ports with picture quality features including the XC3 UHD engine, DynaBright and AccuMotion 120. The range will offer 43 inches ($400), 50 inches ($500), 55 inches ($600), 65 inches ($1,000) and 75 inches ($1,500) in size.
The company’s entry-level H3 series is an LCD model with Dyna Bright Dimming and AccuMotion 120 Motion Compensation. It comes with three HDMI inputs and offers 32-inch HD (720p) for $200, and a 40-inch FHD (1080p) for $300.
At the CES 2020 conference, Konka will also present some 8K-resolution TVs. These include an 88-inch OLED, a 75-inch LED TV and a fun product — the “built-in 5G 8K chassis.” In addition to the four series, Konka will also launch a smart stereo called Karma, which supports Google, and the date and price of the launch are unclear.