TCL is now taking pre-orders for its 8-series 4K QLED TVs

TCL is now taking pre-orders for its latest 8-series TVs. it comes less than a month after putting its 6-series 4K QLED TVs on sale. The pre-orders are cutesy of best buy. The 8-series is the latest in TCL’s Roku TV range. It features a display panel with quantum dot LED technology for better color performance. It also supports Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) and Dolby Atmos, Google AssistantAlexa, and Roku Voice and comes with a voice remote.
The display’s 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.
The TV can automatically recognize when you are playing a console or PC game and Both optimize the display for low latency and picture quality in what TCL calls Auto Game Mode. The 6-series also features the Auto Game Mode.
TCL says the 8-series is the first TV to use mini-LED tech to backlight the display. It has more than 25,000 individual lights, through which TCL claims to offer “highly precise local dimming” and “smooth, uniform and bright illumination.” Many LCD TVs have a few hundred standard LEDs. TCL also suggests the 8-series offers beefed-up motion performance for smoother visuals than the 6-series, while it includes a “Premium Pedestal” stand.
The 8-series costs $2,000 for the 65-inch model and $3,000 for the 75-inch variant. The Best Buy product pages suggest the TVs will start shipping next month. TCL also noted 8K versions will be available soon.