If you have been putting off buying an eye-watering big display 4K QLED TV Well because of their prices, well then, here’s a piece of good news from TCL you want to hear about. The electronic goods maker has just revealed the all-new 8-series Quantum Dot (QLED) color technology TVs.
The 2019 8-series RCL Roku TV models features first-to-market Quantum Contrast powered by newly developed high-performance mini-LED backlights that said to boast “significant jump in total TV brightness, substantial increase in Contrast Control Zones (local dimming zones), smoother and improved even light distribution through the screen, enhanced uniform reproduction of color across the screen, wide viewing angles” in a slim package.
Other details include mobile app-enabled, voice control via voice-enabled remote control (Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and of course, Roku Search), Auto Game Mode, built-in WiFi and Ethernet, 120 Hz Clear Motion Index, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, 4K picture solution, IPQ engine for precision color performance, HDR Pro Gamma and AIPQ Engine, TCL’s machine learning algorithms with deep expertise in human visual perception that optimizes color, contrast and clarity.
AIPQ Engine offers three core picture quality algorithms, namely, Smart HDR for vibrant color, Smart 4K Upscaling for sharp clarity, and Smart Contrast for dramatic depth.
All these features come in package in premium design that boasts TCL’s FullView edge-to-edge glass display in a slim profile, dark finish, and distinctive t-pedestal stand. And oh, a note for gamers, TCL Roku 8-series is the Official TV of the video game Call of Duty. TCL Roku TV 8-series will land this fall in 65-inch 4K model (65Q825) for $1,999.99 and 75-inch 4K model (75Q825) for $2,999.99. If you are willing to wait it out some more, there will be 8K resolution variety coming to 75-inch and larger screen models.