Sporting a metallic trim design, the 4K HDR TV features Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos technologies. The Dolby Vision technology is meant to offer an ultra-vivid picture quality with balanced brightness, contrast, color, and detail by merging high dynamic range (HDR) with wide color gamut capabilities. In terms of sound, DTS decoding technology is another built-in feature that is claimed to produce a sound quality like that in live-studio recordings.
The device is also backed by MEMC motion picture processing capabilities. The TV comes equipped with hands-free voice control 2.0. This technology enables users to do activities like switching channels, setting reminders or exploring streaming services with voice commands.
Commenting on the launch, Mike Chen, general manager, TCL India, said, “We are very excited to launch our latest offering, which was also one of the line-ups that we showcased at the recently-held CES. We expect a positive response from our latest addition to the portfolio and promise to roll out more new products in the coming months, which will be designed with innovation at the forefront.”