Comcast news: Comcast teams up with Hisense to sell smart TVs at Walmart stores

From The Philadelphia Inquirer:

Comcast launched XClass TV, a 4K Ultra High Definition television that will be sold in some Walmart stores starting this week.

With millions of Americans ditching cable TV channels for online streaming, Comcast on Tuesday unveiled its latest plan to remain a fixture in living rooms: selling internet-connected TVs.

Comcast launched XClass TV, a 4K Ultra High Definition television that will be sold in some Walmart stores starting this week and Walmart.com weeks later. It’s the first time U.S. consumers can access Comcast’s entertainment offerings without being in the Philadelphia cable giant’s service footprint.

The smart TV, made in partnership with Chinese electronics maker Hisense, is the latest internet-connected device from Comcast that could appeal to so-called cord-cutters, who watch movies and shows through an array of apps instead of traditional pay-TV plans. The company recently launched a smart TV in Europe through Sky, its U.K.-based TV provider, and released XiOne, its first global streaming box.

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