TCL TVs are set to gain their greatest enhancements to date in 2023 with the addition of the Q Series and S Series TVs, bringing a broader range of QLED models to the market and the company’s largest Mini LED TV with the 98-inch QM8 model.

TCL’s Q Series QLED TVs will provide more colour with Quantum Dot technology and ultra-wide colour gamut, as well as varying levels of new HighBright displays that increase colour volume and brightness. The Q Series models will also deliver more dimming zones with Full Array Pro Local Dimming, IMAX Enhanced certification for the first time, TCL’s proprietary AIPQ Engine technology and increased refresh rates.

As the flagship of the series, the QM8 boasts a HighBright Ultra display and up to 2,300+ dimming zones, complete with built-in subwoofer.

TCL North America vice president of product marketing and development, Scot Ramirez presenting the new TCL TVs.

Designed to elevate the gaming experience, TCL’s new TVs build on features such as Auto Game Mode (ALLM) with a full suite of key game technologies. The TCL Q6 introduces the new Game Accelerator 120 for up to 120Hz variable refresh rate (VRR) while Q7 and QM8 offer the new Game Accelerator 240 for up to 240Hz VRR, coupled with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro certification.

To complement the new Q Series and S Series TVs, TCL is releasing two Q Series soundbars and three S Series soundbars. All soundbars feature DTS Virtual:X for enhanced sound, Dolby Audio, wireless subwoofer with the ability to add rear speakers, and are Roku TV Ready for simple set-up.