What is Comcast XClass Streaming Smart TV & How to Get One Now

Playing on a bigger scale can lead you to greater heights, and Comcast is in the game! The telecommunications company will go beyond providing Internet and streaming services. Now, Comcast is breaking into the smart TV sector as it officially announced the launch of the Comcast XClass smart TV streaming device.

In partnership with Hisense, Comcast is bringing in its voice tools, and user interface directly to its market. Even without an Xfinity subscription or within its service area, users can experience what a Comcast service is like.

The XClass smart TV is a Hisense smart TV powered by Comcast. Every purchase of the XClass smart TV comes with a free 1-year subscription plan to Peacock Premium (valued at $50), a streaming service by NBCUniversal under the Comcast umbrella.

Features of the New Comcast XClass Smart TV Device

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Comcast aims to deliver and introduce a full-featured smart TV to its consumers. The company will allow all major streaming services and apps to be added and installed on the device. You can download, install and watch these popular streaming apps on the new TV platform:

  • Hulu
  • Disney Plus
  • Discovery Plus
  • YouTube
  • HBO Max
  • Netflix
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • Sling TV
  • Hulu + Live TV

The XClass smart TV will also include free apps for binge-watching like:

Users can enjoy convenient features like a voice search, voice-enabled remote control, and HDR support. Each XClass smart TV device also comes with Direct LED backlighting, 4K resolutions, 60Hz refresh rates, and sounds with DTS Virtual: X and Dolby Atmos audio. Consumers will love the fast and smart discovery to search for content and apps.

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How to Get & Where to Buy a Hisense-Comcast XClass Smart TV Now

As an introduction to the smart TV market, the Hisense-Comcast XClass smart TV is now available nationwide in selected Walmart stores and on Walmart.com. The Hisense-branded smart TV is available in two sizes, the 43-inch TV that costs $298, and the 50-inch (Hisense 50A6GX) model priced at $348.00.

Stocks availability for both models will be scarce in the next few weeks as the rollout of the new products is being done gradually. Check Walmart for the latest stock updates.

What do you think of Comcast XClass smart TV? Is it worth the price? We would love to hear your opinion. You can drop us one in the comment section below.

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