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TCL launches its own line of Android TVs in the US

The TCL 3-Series. (Source: TCL)
The TCL 3-Series. (Source: TCL)
TCL is an increasingly well-known name in the area of cost-effective big-screens in the US. Now, it has released some of its smart TVs that run Android into this market. These 3-Series devices incorporate Chromecast functions, the Google Assistant and all the apps the user may expect from US$129.99.

TCL already sells a number of TV lines in the US, one of which also incorporates the Roku smart system. Now, the OEM has announced that it has started to add its Android-capable series to this list.

These LED-panelled devices, as with many from their category, offer aspects of this platform such as using the Google Assistant to handle queries, act as a smart-home hub and an entertainment-system master control.

The TCL 3-Series also have an in-built Chromecast, as one might expect. They also support streaming apps and live TV feeds, thus potentially allowing access to hundreds of thousands videos or movies. The OEM also promises an "intuitive" UI to help manage and view all this content.

The US' new Android TVs are available at Best Buy from now. They start out with the 32- and 40-inch SKUs of the 3-Series, which have HD and FHD resolutions respectively. The former is priced at US$129.99, whereas the latter is $199.99

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-06- 6 (Update: 2020-06- 7)