TCL presented its new lineup of midrange 5-and 6-series 4K TVs for 2020. Like earlier years, they pack in a great deal of significant worth, with great design, four HDMI ports, and implicit Roku software that may take out the need to purchase a streaming gadget. Critically, they additionally pack in complete help for HDR norms, so you won’t be kept separate from the following HDR-empowered Super Bowl game, at whatever point that is destined to be. It highlights what TCL calls the “HDR Pro Pack”, with help for Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HLG. What warrants a large portion of your consideration, however, are the excellent highlights, similar to differentiate rich QLED screens and precise Mini-LED backdrop illumination, that have slid down the estimating scale and are significantly more reasonable.
At the low end, the 50-inch 5-series TV (model 50S535) costs $400 and has a QLED screen, a 60Hz refresh rate panel, and 40 local dimming zones. It’s unquestionably not the alternative you need on the off chance that you need the most true to life experience or one that is appropriate for relentless gaming, yet a $400 QLED TV? That is extraordinary. TCL’s new 5-series is likewise accessible in a $450 55-inch model and $630 65-inch model, each with a slight knock up in local dimming zones to 48 and 56, respectively.
TCL’s new 6-series has QLED, as well, yet more strikingly, it has Mini-LED backlighting, which was one of the primary selling purposes of the top of the line 8-series model from a year ago that once in a while dipped under $1,000. With Mini-LED backlighting, there’s a colossal lift in local dimming zones, so you won’t notice splotchy parts of the screen as much when you’re watching something that is dull and air. In addition, every 6-series TV underpins variable revive rate with help up to 120Hz, which you’ll need on the off chance that you plan on interfacing a PS5 or a Xbox Series X when they come out in the not so distant future.
Keeping that in mind, TCL says the 6-series is the main TV to highlight THX Certified Game Mode, which vows to excite gamers “without any compromise in ultra-low-latency gaming.” This model beginnings at $650 for the 55-inch form, going up to $900 for the 65-inch TV, lastly, $1,400 for the greatest 75-inch model.