TCL unveils pricing and availability of its 2020 QLED TV range
TCL Electronics, one of the fastest growing TV brands, has launched its 2020 range of QLED televisions which boast more realistic colour, improved contrast and smart connectivity.
The 2020 line-up expands X and C Series with four new premium models – the X915, the X10, the C815 and the C715.
The line-up includes the 8K X915 which is available in 75-inch and 65-inch for $5,999 and $4,299 respectively – remarkable value compared to other brands.
“TCL’s QLED TV 2020 range looks to take entertainment to the next level by revolutionising the at-home viewing experience,” said TCL Electronics Australia/New Zealand Managing Director, Mark Zhang.
“As a leader in innovation, we pride ourselves on developing the best in premium consumer electronics for our customers – ensuring that our products are more than just a smart TV.”
The flagship X915 Series includes 8K Quantum Dot display technology to take the resolution and detail to the next level.
The X915 will be available in 65-inch and 75-inch sizes which include Dolby Vision HDR as well as Dolby Atmos 3D surround sound.
TCL’s X915 has local dimming technology onboard to precisely control the backlight and deliver enhanced contrast and even more vivid imagery.
The TV is also IMAX Enhanced to ensure it provides a high quality home entertainment experience with a larger scale picture and sound quality.
Also in the new TCL line-up is the X10 Series Mini LED – the only TV on the market with Mini LED technology – which provides remarkable contrast thanks to independent pixel-sized LED light sources.
Joining the X915 and X10 are the C815 and C715 which also include Quantum Dot display technology for even better image performance.
The X915, X10, C815 and C715 are all supported by Dolby Vision and deliver 4K HDR10+ quality with impressive brightness, clarity and contrast.
On the audio side, Dolby Atmos ramps up the experience with sound that surrounds the viewer in all directions including from above them.
Each TCL is powered by the Android TV operating system and AI.
Android TV includes Google Play and the Google Play Store so users can access more than half a million movies and a wide range of apps including the latest streaming services.
The TVs can be connected to your network and control and monitor other smart devices in your home with Google Assistant and Alexa capabilities as well.
Users can control the TCL TVs hands-free with their voice to access, launch and control content and other devices without the need to touch the remote control.
The new TCL TV range goes on sale in Australia this month.