Back at CES 2021, TCL showcased a lot of new Technologies including a rollable OLED smartphone. At the event, the company also introduced a range of mini-LED tech and other 4K HDR TVs. One among them is the P-Series of Smart TVs. Now, TCL has reportedly said that it is bringing this to India soon.
General Manager TCL India, Mike Chen says the company is excited to bring the latest offerings that were showcased recently at CES. For the unware, TCL introduced three new TVs at CES 2021- 4K Mini LED TV C825, 4K QLED TV C725, TCL 4K HDR TV P725. Out of this, the 4K HDR P725 TV is likely to debut in India.
Also, the TV will reportedly be the first Smart TVs in India to run the latest Android 11 TV OS. Talking about the TV itself, it has a millimeter-thin metallic trim design. It supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos technologies for dynamic motion imageries and immersive audio.
Additionally, there is MEMC(Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation) for frame enhancement. In case you don’t know, MEMC is typically a frame interpolation technology. It adds extra frames in between(for eg. 24-30fps converted to 60fps) for smooth transition between scenes.
The 4K HDR TV will also support other features like DTS decoding tech, Voice Assistant Integration, Hands-Free Voice Control 2.0, set reminders, and more. The TVs are expected to debut soon in India with aggressive price tags.
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