Element-made Xumo TV comes in 4 sizes, supports HDR 10 and Dolby Vision

Comcast and Charter’s joint venture “Xumo TV” will introduce a new line-up of smart TVs built by Element within the next few weeks, according to a report. The new TVs are being built by Element, which offers budget smart TVs powered by Roku and Android TV, and will incorporate the Xumo streaming TV operating system being developed by Comcast and Charter. Comcast and Charter first announced the new Element-built Xumo powered TVs in a press release back in January, but the companies have been relatively quiet about when these TV sets will launch or what features they will have. Thanks to a report from trusted tech journalist Janko Roettgers, we now have a bit more insight into what Comcast and Charter will soon launch. According to Roettgers, the forthcoming Xumo TVs are expected to come in four sizes: 43 inches, 50 inches, 55 inches and 65 inches. These are pretty standard screen sizes for smart TVs these days, and it isn’t too much of a surprise that Comcast and Charter are developing TVs in this range as well. Xumo TV will offer support for ultra-high definition, or 4K, video across the line, according to a listing for one of the TV sets that was apparently published prematurely on the website of a major electronics company. While most smart TVs offer either HDR 10 or Dolby Vision support, the Xumo TVs will apparently offer support for both color and contrast formats. Therefore, they should play nicely with the dozens of streaming…Element-made Xumo TV comes in 4 sizes, supports HDR 10 and Dolby Vision

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