TCL-6-Series-price preview review

The TCL 6 Series looks to be the company’s follow-up to 2017’s mega-popular TCL P Series, which was probably the most valuable TV @ $650 . At this price the consumers were getting 55 inches screens, 4K/ HDR Roku TV. TCL 6 P series really astonished everyone with its quality and affordability.

Now the company will introduce TCL 6 Series , everyone waiting for this, no doubt about that. The new TCL 6 series will be available in 2 screen size 55 inches and 65 inches with 4K resolution, Dolby sound, full-array local dimming option and HDR , Roku platform built right in . The new TCL 6 Series will definitely blow your mind .


Pricing hasn’t been confirmed, but you can expect it to be very competitive, just like last year. This is one TV to keep an eye on in 2018.

About the TCL 6 Series

The TCL 6 Series is available in two screen sizes:

• 55-inch (96 local dimming zones), pricing not confirmed
• 65-inch (120 local dimming zones), pricing not confirmed

Other than different numbers of local dimming zones, the two 6 Series TVs share the same basic key specs:

• 4K resolution
• Support for HDR10 and Dolby Vision formats
• Roku TV smart platform
• Full-array local dimming backlight
• Roku remote control w/ voice search
• 120 Hz refresh rates
• iPQ scaling engine

Like last year’s P Series, the 6 Series looks like it has the LED power and color saturation to make for very satisfying HDR. Last year’s model was surprising bright (around 700 nits, which is nuts for the price range) and hitting a good chunk of the HDR-appointed “DCI-P3” color space. The result is a bright, beautifully color-rich picture that I wouldn’t have believed you could get from a TV in this supposed price range 2-3 years ago.


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