New R6 4K Hisense Roku TV Added To 2017 Lineup

Hisense today announced the availability of its R6 4K Hisense Roku TV Series in the United States. Building on the success of the Hisense H4 FHD Roku TV series, the R6 Series displays premium 4K picture quality and access to 500,000 movies and TV episodes through 5,000 channels made available by the Roku operating system. The 50R6D is now available in select Sam’s Clubs and online at Samsclub.com.

The R6 4K Hisense Roku TV Series is designed to provide the ultimate viewing experience for any consumer’s streaming needs. Featuring HDR* to maximize brightness, Motion Rate 120 for smooth images and UHD Upscaling to convert lower resolution content as close to 4K as possible, the R6 series is ideal for cord-cutters who want to eliminate the cable bill without sacrificing content or amazing picture quality.

“At Hisense, we remain dedicated to offering the smart TV experience consumers demand, and really see our 4K Hisense Roku TV models as a vital piece,” says Mark Viken, Hisense USA Vice President of Marketing. “Combining the Roku OS with our highly-regarded 4K picture technology gives consumers the ability to experience the best entertainment in its most beautiful form.”

The R6 4K Hisense Roku TV Series runs the Roku OS and features a simple home screen with icons for entertainment favorites. Using Roku’s unbiased search, consumers can look for movies, TV shows and actors, and see results sorted by price. Additionally, the curated Roku 4K Spotlight Channel makes it easy to find 4K and HDR content. The Roku mobile app for iOS® or Android® devices lets consumers use a phone as a remote control, cast videos and photos, and more.

R6 4K Hisense Roku TV Series

  • 50″ MSRP: $449.99
  • 55″ MSRP: $549.99
  • 65″ MSRP: $799.99
  • HDR*
  • Motion rate 120
  • Runs the Roku OS
  • UHD Upscaler
  • Direct LED
  • 4K digital media player
  • DTS Studio Sound audio
  • Roku 4K Spotlight Channel
  • 5,000+ streaming channels
  • 500,000+ movies and TV episodes
  • Live TV Pause
  • Private listening and voice search via Roku mobile app
  • Headphone jack (wired)

*HDR viewing experience will vary by model, content availability and internet connection.

William B. West

William B. West

William B. West has been an internet journalist since 1998. Writing for a total of 25 pro wrestling news sites at his peak, before retiring only to return to online journalism in 2011. Currently William is editor of WBWTV.com, a contributor to WrestleOhio.com, and editor in chief of PowYeah.com & Rokuki.com.

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