LeEco has unveiled a new lineup of TVs set to hit the US market during an event in San Francisco today. The company, which acquired Vizio this past summer, still maintains a separate LeEco-branded TV division, announced four new TVs which will all run on Android TV.
LeEco is releasing the uMax85, an 85-inch 4K TV which features HDR — both HDR10 and Dolby Vision — Harman Kardon speakers and Dolby Digital Plus. The uMax85 also features 4GB of RAM, as well as a 64GB SSD to store your apps and content locally. LeEco will also offer three different versions of its Super4 TV line in the US: the X43 Pro, X55, the X65, which will come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of SSD storage, alongside Harman Kardon speakers. The Super4 line of TVs also support 4K and HDR, but LeEco hasn't said whether the sets will support both HDR formats. Both the uMax85 and the Super4 line of TVs will feature quad-core ARM GPUs and CPUs.
The company is also bringing its set-top box, the LeTV Box U4, to the US as well. The content box features 4K playback a quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of local storage. You can access both Chinese and international entertainment options through the box, including Netflix, HBO, and Hulu. The LeTV Box U4 will retail for $79 when it's released next month.
The uMax85 will cost $4,999 when it's released, although LeEco is throwing in a $1,000 rebate if you participate in its user-feedback program called the LeRewards Program. The Super4 X43 Pro will cost you $649, while the X55 and X65 will cost $899 and $1,399, respectively. (The super4 line of TVs are also eligible for $200 rebates when you sign up for the LeRewards Program.) All four LeEco TVs will be available on November 2nd from Lemall.com