Oppo launches the cheaper K9x Smart TV with 4K resolution
Oppo has revealed the K9x Smart TV, a cheaper alternative to the K9 TV released last year. The K9x has a 65-in screen with an LED-backlit panel allowing full 4K resolution.
The company boasts that the gadget has 10.7 billion colors and blue-light reducing technology to protect your eyes. Oppo also claims that it's AI PQ algorithm will improve image quality frame by frame. It's worth noting that the K9x Smart TV has a maximum brightness of 280 nits, so it cannot display HDR content.
The TV has 20 W stereo speakers and Dolby Audio technology. Powering the gadget is a quadcore processor with ARM Cortex-A53 cores. The device has 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of flash memory.
The interface used is ColorOS TV, and you can control the K9x Smart TV using the Xiaobu voice assistant. On the device are three HDMI ports and an Ethernet port. Plus, the TV supports dual-band Wi-Fi for a smoother wireless connection.
You can now pre-order the Oppo K9x Smart TV in China for 2,199 yuan (~US$341), with the product expected to ship on April 28th. After this pre-sale period, the TV will cost 2,499 yuan (~US$388). It is unclear whether or when Oppo could release its new TV in other markets.