The global tech company is bringing its TVs to the US.
LeEco has revealed its first lineup of Ultra HD TVs for the US market. The new ecotv collection includes the flagship uMax85 85-inch Ultra HD TV and the Super4 X Series 43-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch Ultra HD TVs. The displays are part of the company's larger ecosystem of smart devices and streaming content.
"We have created a new business model that will lead the next era of technology – the ecosystem era. We are disrupting several categories and changing the paradigm by breaking down barriers and boundaries between industries and screens to create a better experience and more value for both individuals and industries," said YT Jia, Founder, Chairman and CEO of LeEco. "I know the road ahead is long and arduous but life is about constantly exploring the unknown, and I believe that if you dare to dream what 99% believe is impossible you’ve earned the right at that 1% chance to be successful."
The premium uMax85 is an 85-inch Ultra HD TV with a slim industrial design and a full array LED panel with 448 active local dimming zones. In addition, the display supports HDR10 and Dolby Vision, along with Fluid Motion 1920 Display Technology and Harmon Kardon speakers. Under the hood, the smart TV is powered by a quad-core ARM Cortex CPU and quad-core ARM Mali-T820 GPU, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, and 64GB of internal SSD (Solid State Drive) storage.
Meanwhile, the Super4 X Series displays use ultra-slim frames and ultra-narrow bezels. The Ultra HD TVs feature LCD LED panels with HDR support. Under the hood, the displays are each powered by a quad-core ARM Cortex CPU, a quad-core ARM Mali-T820 GPU, and 3GB DDR3 RAM. The 43-inch model includes 16GB of internal SSD storage, while the 55-inch and 65-inch models include 32GB. In addition, the 55-inch and 65-inch models also feature Harmon Kardon speakers. Finally, all four displays incorporate "eui," LeEco's fully native Android TV interface.
The uMax85 85-inch Ultra HD TV ($4,999) and the Super4 X Series 43-inch ($649), 55-inch ($899), and 65-inch (1,399) Ultra HD TVs will be available through www.lemall.com starting November 2. In addition to their own display models, LeEco also recently acquired VIZIO.