TCL resumes selling its Google TVs in the wake of carrying out software fixes

Later momentarily ending deals of its 6-Series and 5-Series Google TVs because of drowsy, buggy software, TCL this evening reported that the TVs are back. “Recent software updates have allowed us to make significant improvements on the stability and speed of the TCL televisions featuring Google TV,” spokesperson Rachelle Parks said by email. “With these updates, this product now represents the powerful performance that TCL and Google believe is the future of TV.”

The Google TVs address TCLs work to adopt a stage freethinker strategy with its TV equipment; the organization is most popular for its well known sets that come preloaded with Roku software, however it has likewise made Android TV items. The 6-Series (R646) and 5-Series (R546) are the organization’s first TVs with the fresher Google TV interface, notwithstanding, and early purchasers whined of slow execution and some critical bugs while working the items.

The 6-Series Google TV offers further developed equipment over the Roku TV form: the Google model has full HDMI 2.1 help for 4K gaming at 120Hz, for example.

Proprietors of the TCL Google TVs ought to be incited to refresh their sets to the most recent firmware consequently, however they can likewise physically get the update by following this cycle on the organization’s site.