TCL has rolled out its 2020 QLED TV line-up with four new models including the flagship X915 with 8K technology, alongside the X10 Mini LED, C815 and C715 Series, which first made their debut at CES in January.

TCL Australia and New Zealand managing director, Mark Zhang said, “TCL’s QLED TV 2020 range looks to take entertainment to the next level by revolutionising the at-home viewing experience. 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 X915 Series 8K TV (available in 65- and 75-inch for RRP $4,299 and $5,999) features Quantum Dot display technology and Local Dimming technology for precise backlight control and enhanced contrast. It is certified by IMAX Enhanced, taking sight, sound and scale to a new level.

The X10 Series Mini LED is the only TV on the market with Mini LED (available in 65- and 75-inch for RRP $4,699 and $6,999). It offers improved contrast levels thanks to an increased number of independent pixel-sized LED light sources.

The C815 Series 4K TV (available in 55-, 65- and 75-inch for RRP $1,499, $1,999 and $2,999) and the C715 Series 4K TV (available in 50-, 55- and 65-inch for RRP $999, $1,299 and $1,799) also feature Quantum Dot display technology.

The entire range is supported by Dolby Vision to deliver 4K HDR10+ and powered by Dolby Atmos for an immersive audio experience. The integration of Android TV and Artificial Intelligence (AI-IN) is complemented by Google Assistant and Works With Alexa capabilities for hands-free voice control without the remote control.

Featuring Google Play, the range offers access to over 500,000 movies and TV shows, in addition to a wide range of apps.

Featured image: The flagship TCL X915 TV with 8K technology