TCL previous month offered a discount on its 6-series 4K QLED TVs and this time the tech giant is taking orders for its 8-series 4K QLED TVs through Best Buy. The 8-Series is a new series that TCL has added to its Roku TV range. The series is pretty much similar to the 6-series and it comes equipped with quantum dot LED technology for better color performance.
The 8- series TV also boasts support for Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) and Dolby Atmos. The 8-Series has been designed in a way that supports Alexa, Google Assistant, and Roku Voice and comes with a voice remote.
There are reports that the all-new 8-series 4K QLED TVs are also compatible with the forthcoming iPQ Engine Mobile iOS and Android app. “You’ll be able to use certified devices (for instance, Pixel phones and iPhones) to calibrate your TV’s colors more accurately than you’d likely otherwise be able to without dedicated tools”.
Both the TCL’s 8-series and 6-series 4K QLED TVs come with an Auto Game Mode which recognizes when you are actually playing PC or console games following which it automatically optimizes low latency and picture settings.
TCL USA shared the news regarding its 8-series 4K QLED TVs on Twitter and in one of the tweets the tech giant wrote:
“More realistic performance and colors, closer to the limits of human vision. The 8-Series is now available for pre-order, exclusively at Best Buy. http://bit.ly/TCL8Series”
Talking about the prices of the 8-series 4K QLED TVs, the 65-inch display will cost $2,000, while if you want to purchase the 75-inch variant, then you would have to spend $3,000. At present, the product pages on the Best Buy say that the 8-series 4K QLED TVs from TCL will start shipping next month. The 8K versions of the TVs will also be available pretty much soon, the product pages read.