RCA Announces A New 55-inch 4K Android TV. Will Hit Stores In June 2016

RCA Android TV
RCA Android TV

RCA has made an announcement to unveil their brand new 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Android TV set. The TV model XLD55G65RQ will be available starting in June and will feature a refresh rate of 120Hz, as well as an upscale engine to enhance 1080p video. The company will also introduce 50 and 65-inch Android TVs.

The TV will have full Android TV Smart functionality – with over 1200 of the leading apps, customized home screen, voice search, Google Cast from smart phone or tablet (iOS and Android), Android Gaming with Bluetooth capability, and full access to the Google Play Store to download hottest apps, music, movies, games and more.

The RCA brand was built on TV, and that category continues to be a primary focus for the business. Smart TV, featuring full Android capability, truly addresses the future of TV viewing experiences, and offers it at a price point a wide range of consumers can afford.

This new 4K UHD Android TV adds another opportunity for RCA to address retail demand for affordable innovation with a brand that consumers have long known and trusted.

– Marie-Josee Cantin Johnson, VP Licensing, Technicolor (owner of the RCA Trademark)

In addition to the standard array of Android TV features, the new RCA set will come with built-in Bluetooth support, which lets you connect peripherals such as game controllers. RCA’s Android TV will also be available in both a standard slim line modern high-gloss black cabinet, and premium metal slim line version.

The 50-inch model will retail for $499, with the 55-inch version costing $699, and the 60-inch costing $999. All three will come in a slim metal version, which will add $100 to the cost of the base model. You can find the full product details by visiting this link http://bhipr.co/1M41O6q.

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