Skyworth's new XC9000 OLED TVs come in 55 and 65 inches, starting at $1200, with features like Android TV, Dolby Vision and Atmos, and a 60Hz panel.
Skyworth OLED TVs
Last year, Skyworth announced plans to start a global expansion and the Chinese company's OLED TVs are now available in the US through Amazon.com.
The company's XC9000 model is available in 55 and 65 inches. Like LG A1, XC9000 comes equipped with a less capable 60Hz OLED panel as opposed to the 120Hz OLED panel in most other OLED TVs including Skyworth's more expensive XC9300 model that has yet to appear.
Skyworth XC9000 Android TV. Photo: Company
XC9000 features 4K resolution, Android TV with access to popular streaming apps, built-in Chromecast, HDR10 and HLG support, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos decoding, and three HDMI 2.0 ports. It is powered by Skyworth's own 'Chameleon Extreme' video processor.
Skyworth has sold OLED TVs in its home market of China since 2013. Panels are sourced from LG Display. With the launch, Skyworth joins LG, Sony, and Vizio in offering OLED TVs in the US.
Skyworth XC9000 is available now in 55 and 65 inches for $1200 and $1600 respectively – $100 and $200 less than LG A1.
Skyworth XC9000 – specifications
4K Ultra High Definition 3,840 x 2,160
OLED Self Illuminating Individual Pixels
Chameleon Extreme Color Processor
HDMI: 3 (1-ARC)
Composite: 1 (3.5mm dongle)
Optical Audio Out: 1
USB: 1 (v2.0), 1 (v3.0)
Wi-Fi 802.11 (ac)
DTV (ATSC & Digital Cable)
Google Play Store
Built-in Works with Alexa