A late 2020 refresh is happening to TCL’s TV line-up which will revamp the 5 and 6 series models. The 6-Series will be available in 55” (55R635) starting at $899.99 and a 75” (75R635) at $1999.99. Limited availability is already rolled out, with that growing as the year progresses.
The 5-Series will be available in sizes from 50” to 75” at under $549. That’s some intense value and more details are to follow on these options. Both will be boasting Quantum Dot color technology (QLED). This provides better brightness and wide color volume.
The hope is to match the format used by most cinema screens and content creators. There will be 4k ultra HD picture quality, that’s combined with the contrast, color and detail of Dolby Vision alongside HDR10 and HLG. The 6-Series will feature 120Hz and the 5-Series will have 60Hz for frame rates.
“With more people relying on their TVs more than ever before, TCL is proud to have an advantage in manufacturing high quality televisions packed with the latest technology. As a vertically integrated company, we can use those advantages to continue bringing premium products –like the 5-and 6-Series –to market at a value that can be appreciated by us all,” said Chris Larson, Senior Vice President, TCL.
The screens will be driven by machine learning algorithms. This is through TCL’s AiPQ Engine that optimizes color, contrast and clarity for an unrivaled 4k HDR experience.
The 6-series also has Dolby Vision and THX Certified Game Mode built in. With that gaming attitude, VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) and Auto Game Mode features will provide a well tuned experience. You can read one of our tech reviews below, or check out the general hub for further coverage as well.
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