Chinese brand Skyworth are also into the 4K/UHD TV marked. Here is a badly translated article from their launch of UHD TV's in August posted on Skyworth's web site. http://www.skyworth.com/en/news-detail-2954.html
MSRP for their UHD TV's:
84" model# Skyworth E99UD ~ CNY - Chinese Yuan Renminbi 99999 = $16,052.58 ($4K under msrp for the LG 84" UHD TV)
65" model# Skyworth E810U ~ CNY - Chinese Yuan Renminbi 39999 model# = $6,420.87
50" model# Skyworth E780U ~ CNY - Chinese Yuan Renminbi 10999 model# = $1,765.59
Looking at Taobao for "street prices" to get a impression of actual prices in China, they have a rather large variety.84" model# Skyworth E99UD ~ CNY - 99600.00 - 89999.00
= 15,990.17 USD - 14,449.30 USD65" model# Skyworth E810U ~ CNY - 36999.00 - 31988.00
= 5,939.424 USD - 5,135.012 USD50" model# Skyworth E780U ~ CNY - 9499.00 - 8498.00
= 1,364.30 USD - 1,525.01 USD
That's around $1500 in launch price for one of the first 50" UHD TV, which is promising.
Impossible to say if these models are available and if one could get them to such prices, but it gives an indication of future price levels for 4K/UHD TV's, even if these prices are not directly translatable to US/EU prices.
I guess Japanese and Korean TV manufacturers will have a fierce competition from the Chinese.
Are 4K/UHD TV's the marked where the Chinese are going to try to enter the International TV marked big time, and try to "knock out" the Japanese and Koreans competition in their usual way of "big scale underpricing"?