THE Always TCL announced this Thursday (10) the launch of six new smart TVs with roku operating system🇧🇷 The televisions are the RP630, RK8600, R6500 (43” and 32”) and the RS530 (43” and 32”). The first two, “premium” models in the ad, support 4K resolution.
Semp TCL had announced the new TVs in July, during the Eletrolar Show event, held in São Paulo (SP). The televisions are split between the joint venture’s brands. The RK8600 and R6500 models have the Semp logo, while the RS530 and RP630 TVs are TCL.
Semp TCL launches 50” TVs with 4K resolution
The RK8600 and RP630 smart TVs have 50”, Roku operating system, 4K resolution and are priced at R$2,749. The televisions have an LED-style panel, support for HDR and four HDMI connections, including an audio input via HDMI 2.1. TV sound is 20W RMS.
These smart TVs also support HDR10, delivering greater contrast and brightness. For all TV models, a remote control developed with a streaming focus will be used, making it more practical for consumers to switch between channels and platforms.
The TCL RS530 and Semp R6500 televisions come in 32” and 43” sizes. Smaller versions cost R$1,499. They have an LCD panel, HD resolution and 10W RMS audio.
The 43” models have Full HD resolution, 16W RMS audio and LCD panel. Its price is R$ 2,199. Both sizes are compatible with Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri virtual assistants, as well as support for Apple Airplay.
Semp TCL launches TVs at the end of the year
The announcement of 4K TVs comes at an opportune time: around Black Friday and the start of the World Cup. There are Semp TCL models of smaller sizes, cheaper and with the same resolution.
However, with the two aforementioned events starting practically together (Cup on the 20th, Black Friday on the 25th), Semp TCL can do well with the public’s expectation (“hype”) to watch the games — even more so with the favoritism of the selection Brazilian.