LeEco's Super4 and uMax85 Android TVs go on Sale 10:00 PDT

Not too long ago, Chinese TV giant LeEco made a big deal about landing in the US, and while they had plenty to announce, they didn't have anything to sell to customers just yet. That's because the firm decided to wait until today to open the doors to the US branch of their own LeMall site. As they're doing for their Le Pro3 and Le S3 smartphones, the Chinese brand is opening a flash sale for their range of Super 4 X Android TVs as well as the massive, 85-inch uMax85, all of which are 4K TVs with some of the best features available on the market.

The Super4 X line of TVs come in 43, 55 and 65-inch models, all of which are Android TVs with 4K resolutions and powered by 64-bit Quad-Core CPUs. Available today from the LeMall website, the line starts at $649 for the Super 4 X43, moves up to $899 for the Super 4 X55 and then tops out at $1,399 for the largest 65-inch Super4 X65 model. All of these will come with an instant rebate of $200, bringing the initial price down somewhat, but users will need to sign up to LeEco's LeRewards program ahead of time if they want to get this instant rebate refunded to them. As for the larger than life uMax85, the 85-inch 4K monster is priced at $4,999, which might seem like a steep price to pay, but given the amount that other brands charge for a similar spec sheet, the uMax 85 is arguably worth the extra, and it does also come with a $1,000 instant rebate, too.

All of these TV models feature sound from Harman Kardon, and they all run Android TV, with a few tweaks here and there meaning that users can easily install and set up services like Kodi, Netflix and Hulu without having to jump through any hoops. Those interested in purchasing a new TV running Android TV with a sizable footprint should take a look at the source link down below and be prepared to part with some serious cash. Buyers should be aware however, that the sale will last until 11:59PM PDT today, November 2nd, or until stocks run out.

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