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Konka delays US launch of OLED as it launches Android LCD TVs

19 Aug 2020 | Rasmus Larsen |

Konka is launching new Android LCD TVs starting from $140, or $240 with 4K resolution. The OLED TVs announced at CES will be delayed to 2021.

Konka reenters the US

China's Konka is reentering the US TV market with three LCD TV ranges; H3, U5 and Q7 Pro. Ranging from 32 to 75 inches, all of the new LCD TVs feature direct LED without local dimming zones and either HD or 4K resolution. All of the new LCD TVs also run Google's Android TV platform, which offers access to streaming services such as Disney+, Netflix, and HBO. - "We're very excited to announce that our high-performance Konka Android TVs are shipping now!" said Scott Ramirez, SVP of sales, Konka NA. "When consumers experience these Konka TVs, they'll immediately see the difference, and everyone will know there's a new player in town that's offering a higher level of quality and value."

Konka 2020 LCD TV

Konka is a top-5 TV brand in its home country of China. It has previously tried to enter the US market without luck. At CES 2020, it announced that it will reenter the market, now with Google's Android and a broad line-up of low to high-end TVs. However, the 55- and 65-inch OLED TVs that Konka unveiled at CES 2020 as high-end TVs will not make it to the US this year as planned, the company confirmed to HDGuru, saying that the company "decided to postpone our OLED TV launch until 2021 and instead focus on launching QLED TV as our advanced panel technology for 2020." The new LCD-based Android TVs from Konka will start shipping in the US this month.

Konka 2020 TV models - highlighted features

H3 Series – Android TV - "More for Your Money"
Unlike many other TVs in their price class, the KONKA H3 Series TVs incorporate the stunning KONKA ZeroBezel  design and includes (Free) the Voice Control Remote in the box.  Combined with the powerfully smart Android TV system, KONKA H3 Series provides more for your money.  KONKA H3 Series TVs will be available in 32" (class) 720p HD and 40" (class) 1080p Full HD models, starting at $139.99. U5 Series – 4K Android TV - "A Noticeably Better TV"
The KONKA U5 Series is designed to be a noticeably better TV.  In addition to the KONKA ZeroBezel design, KONKA XC3 Ultra HD Engine, AccuMotion enhanced motion rate and 4K HDR, the U5 Series also includes superior LED panel technology with ColorWave wide color gamut and HiBright Pro LED Backlight for 25% more brightness.  The result is incredible picture quality that everyone can appreciate.  The U5 Series also has an enhanced Jack Pack with 4 HDMI Digital Inputs, 3 USB Inputs and much more.  KONKA U5 Series will be available in 43", 50", 55", 65" and 75" (class) 4K Ultra HD models, starting at $239.99. Q7 Pro Series – QLED Android TV - "A Quantum Leap in Color" In addition to all of the incredible features found in the U5 Series, the Q7 Pro Series steps up to advanced QLED – Quantum Dot Technology and ColorWave Pro wide color gamut for 25% more color to create picture quality that is amazingly rich and shockingly lifelike (illustrated in image).  Because premium picture quality deserves a premium cosmetic design, the Q7 Pro Series also incorporates the KONKA ZeroBezel Pro metal design for the ultimate in TV styling.  KONKA Q7 Pro Series will be available in 50", 55", 65" and 75" (class) models, starting at $369.99.
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