TCL’s Luxurious Yet Affordable 6-Series TVs Go on Sale May 1st

TCL 6 Series

Back at CES, TCL unveiled their 6-Series of TVs, a successor to their popular and affordable P6 series.

The new 6-Series improves on its predecessors with stronger bright whites and deeper blacks, HDR Pro Gamma for even better HDR performance, Dolby Vision HDR, and TCL’s new iPQ engine for more precise color reproduction.

Its design has been revamped too, with a sleek brushed metal design, making it clear that TCL’s TVs can look quite luxurious these days.

The 6 series also comes with a new enhanced Roku TV remote with voice search, 802.11ac wireless, and an Ethernet port.

TCL has just announced that the new 6-Series will be available for sale on May 1st in a choice of 55” and 65” models. We’ll update this story once we have pricing, but we expect the TVs to be priced very competitively.

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