Chinese electronics giant TCL is all set to announce the launch of its new Mini LED 4K Google TV in the Indian market soon. The upcoming 4K television will have HDR10+ with 144 Hz VRR. It is also said to support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.
The company via press release said, “Cementing its position as a leader in the TV electronics industry, TCL, the global number-1 android smart TV brand 2021, is all set to introduce a new Mini LED 4K Google TV. Working strenuously towards reaching its ultimate goal to provide high-powered TV sets that fit perfectly with modern-age customers, TCL has integrated several unparalleled TV technologies in its latest innovation.”
The forthcoming LED Mini LED 4K Google TV is said to have a number of important features. The list also contains IMAX Enhanced, QLED, HDR10+, AiPQ Engine with AISR, Dolby Vision & Dolby Atmos, and a lot more. 144 Hz VRR (for reduced screen tearing and better visual output) is also included.
The newest innovation in the TCL TV world, according to the manufacturer, will set the bar for future TV advancements. The sources further asserted that the TV is the pinnacle of clever, stylish, and futuristic technology that gives people comfort and amusement. By June 28, this ground-breaking invention will be made public. TCL is now finishing up preparations to introduce this excellent but very affordable TV technology.
The first Mini LED TVs (C825) were released in India last year by the Chinese electronics manufacturer TCL. Quantum Dot Technology, a 120Hz MEMC, and compatibility for Dolby Vision and Dolby Vision IQ are all included in the TCL Mini LED QLED 4K C825 TV. Along with other cutting-edge technologies, the range supports voice control. The TCL Mini LED QLED 4K C825 comes in two different sizes 55-inches and 65-inches.
The 120Hz MEMC and TCL’s proprietary algorithm in the TCL Mini LED QLED 4K C825 enable Dolby Vision IQ and ensure smooth playback of action-packed content.
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