Konka, one of the “top five” TV brands in China, has announced a brand expansion into the North American market. The company has 35 years of experience as a manufacturer and will launch with a range of “market-right”, high-performance and high value TVs and smart home products.

If you’re heading to CES this year, Konka will be showcasing its Micro LED, Mini LED, OLED, 8K, Quantum Dot and 5G tech at the company’s booth #10053 (Front of Central Hall). The company will also debut a new line-up of 4K Ultra HD and smart products slated for availability in North America this spring.

Konka says it has more than 5,000 TV patents and already sells into 100+ countries worldwide, with products tailored to specific markets. Audio, smart home, appliance and mobile devices round out their extensive portfolio. The immediate three-year focus for North America, however, will be its TV offerings backed up by its broad-based Konka AI ecosystem.

Scott Ramirez, formerly of Toshiba, is Konka’s new senior vice president of sales and marketing, and will lead its consumer electronics division, including TV. “I am honored and excited to help launch the Konka brand in North America,” said Ramirez. “Konka has amazing people, incredible products and extensive manufacturing power. We will offer consumers a wide range of unique products with an unsurpassed combination of quality, technology and high value. Plus, we have a clear long-term vision, and will create true business partnerships for mutual growth and success.”

There doesn’t appear to be a US-based English language website just yet, but we’ll keep you updated on our news pages.

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Supporting Actor
Apr 13, 2011
They had been in Australia what seemed decades as a low priced TV brand but I must admit it is not noticeable here these days and I have never had their products in my home. They seemed to have a good reputation in those early days here and advised a lot or were heavily displayed in mail box delivered store catalogs. There was one called Conia too which seems to close a name off the tongue to Konka.