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Recently, Element added a Roku TV in its 4K collection. The company built a software with affordable TCL and RCA (and soon Philips) along with other TVs with the 4K picture facility. Element lately introduced Fire TV Edition and now is going to provide Roku support on its latest TV set: A 50-inch 4K TV […]

Recently, Element added a Roku TV in its 4K collection. The company built a software with affordable TCL and RCA (and soon Philips) along with other TVs with the 4K picture facility.

Element lately introduced Fire TV Edition and now is going to provide Roku support on its latest TV set: A 50-inch 4K TV with HDR.

However, TCL’S P-Series model is now available at a price of $650 dollar in a 55-inch edition with Dolby Vision HDR. On the other side, Amazon Fire TV version of Element costs $550 for the 50-inch model.

The price for the upcoming Roku TV by Element is still not disclosed, but it might cost the customers to be pocket-friendly, in order to compete effectively in the market. The new Television will release on the 27th of November at the Walmart.

Roku TV Is In Element’s 4K Line-Up

You all should know what HDR is. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and it facilitates deeper blacks, intense brightness and a broad range of colors.

Currently Dolby Vision standard (available on the TCL P-Series) is the only competitor in the market which flaunts a future-proof 12-bit color range and maximum 10,000 nit brightness.

The latest Roku’s OS version comes along with a smart guide to program the local TV. Its advanced voice controls facilitate you with the option to search for the shows, movies, actors, and the directors.

Moreover, it has a 4K spotlight channel that simply provides quick access to 4K, HDR, and Dolby Vision content for your brand-spanking new Ultra HD TV.