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TCL launches new 65-inch 4K QLED TV alongside Android based Full HD TVs in India


TCL has launched its latest 4K UHD QLED TV along with its new range of TCL S6500 Full HD range of TVs based on Android Oreo.

The TCL 65X4 is a high-end TV that supports 4K UHD videos. It features a 65-inch Quantum Dot QLED display with micro dimming technology. The company claims this feature delivers accurate, real-life colours. Under the hood, the TV is powered by a 64-bit Quad-core CPU and a dual-core GPU, paired with 2.5GB RAM and 16GB of built-in storage.

Not to mention, the TCL 65X4 also features Motion Estimation-Motion Compensation (MEMC 120 Hz) technology which offers a refresh rate of 120Hz. Besides, it boasts Harman Kardon speaker with support for Dolby advanced DTS post-processing technology for an immersive audio experience. The TV also plays popular entertainment apps such as Netflix, Hotstar, Voot, Eros Now, and more.

Talking about the TCL S6500 Full HD range of televisions, these are Google-certified televisions based on Android Oreo. With built-in Google Assistant, buyers will be able to use voice search and voice commands for controlling the TV, as well as other devices such as Google Home, smart bulbs, and more. The TCL S6500 series is offered in 32,40,43, and 49-inch screen sizes. Key features of these TVs include support for HDR 10, Dolby Surround Sound, Google Chromecast, and white LED HD backlight.

In terms of pricing, TCL QLED 65X4 gets a price tag of INR 1,49,990. However, it will be available on Amazon India at a lower price of INR 1,09,990 from October 25. It will also be available across select retail outlets across India in the near future.

Coming to the TCL S6500 Full HD range of televisions, as mentioned earlier will be offered in four screen sizes. These include 32/40/43 and 49-inch screen sizes priced at INR 16,990, INR 24,990, INR 27,990, and INR 31,990 respectively. They will be available with all major online and offline channels starting October 15.

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