Funai Announces the First 4K UHD Magnavox Roku TV Series


Funai Announces the First 4K UHD Magnavox Roku TV Series

The Funai corporation is making a huge wave with their 4K announcements here at CES 2019, with the company partnering with Magnavox to release 4K UHD series televisions that come with Roku built-in!

Offering sizes ranging from 43” to 65”, the televisions are designed to work seamlessly with Google Assistant devices. You know what that means — no more going and flipping through multiple remote controls and various apps to get where you want to go; no more endless HDMI hubs being used up at the back of your television, all courtesy of Funai and their latest series. Available in Spring 2019, the Magnavox 4K UHD Roku TV will have features such as HDR10, running on the latest Roku operating system, and paired with Roku it will run all of your favorite apps including YouTube TV, DirecTV Now and more. Their HDR10 technology built into the 4K UHD will provide you with greater color depth giving you a vivid, bold picture with stellar clarity. With a BMR (Brilliant Motion Rate) of 120, you’ll get an unmatched image quality with enhanced refresh rates that reduce those little annoyances like motion blur which is great for things like sports and action scenes in movies.

“Streaming has revolutionized how viewers consume media,” says Youssef Ibrahim, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Funai Corporation, Inc. “With the addition of the 4K Roku TVs to the Magnavox line and support for the Google Assistant, users will be able to use their voice to control their TV and search for the latest content available on the Roku platform.”

Funai Announces the First 4K UHD Magnavox Roku TV Series

Starting at $349.99, the 4K UHD Magnavox Roku TV will be available in the Spring of this year; until then, you can find out more information by heading over to Magnavox’s site today.

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