TCL TVs, Soundbars, and Mobile Devices Get a 2024 Refresh!

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Sometimes, you look around and realize there are some brands that just contribute to everything in our everyday lives. TCL is definitely one of them! They cover you for your entertainment at home and on the go, and they’ve just refreshed their best offerings for 2024!

TCL makes amazing televisions and continues to set the bar for what has become the entertainment hub of most of our homes.

On the high end, the Q class is getting a refresh with new Q7 and QM8 Mini LED models. They utilize localized dimming, TCL backlight technology, and background processing for optimal viewing.

QM8 will also offer an insane 115″ size television. If you think that sounds large, it’s a shade over the average length of a smart car. It’ll also be the world’s largest QD Mini LED TV!

TCL115QM89 115" TV

TCL115QM89 115″ TV

For those who don’t quite have enough space to mount a car on their wall, there will also be a 98″ offering in the Q6, QM7, and QM8 models.

Meanwhile, the TCL S-class TVs also get a refresh with the S5. It will offer a 4K UHD and TCL AIPQ processor, a first in the S-class series.

TCL S551G

TCL S551G 55″ TV

Entertainment needs audio to complement the video experience, and TCL is rolling out several Dolby Atmos sound bars. Q75H and Q85H soundbars will feature Ray-Danz acoustic wave-guide reflectors to cast a wide range of sound.

TCL Q85H Soundbar

TCL Q85H Soundbar

Q75H is a 5.1.2 soundbar with up-firing Dolby Atmos speakers and built-in side surround speakers, while Q85H is a 7.1.4 soundbar that also features wireless rear Dolby Atmos speakers to immerse you in the sound.

There will also be S-class soundbars, S45H and S55H, with Dolby Atmos and Auto Room calibration. S45H will have a built-in bass reflex port for enhanced bass, while the S55H will also have a wireless subwoofer for a fuller experience.

Then, there’s the refresh of TCL’s mobile offerings. NXTPAPER 14 tablet will be using the new NXTPAPER 3.0, which gives you the tablet experience without eye strain.

In addition, NXTPAPER 3.0 can easily shift between color and black and white, making the tablet a true e-reader as well as tablet.

Meanwhile, the TCL Tab 10 NXTPAPER 5G will bring the NXTPAPER 3.0 experience on the go with integrated 5G and a portable 10″ screen.

TCL Tab 10 NXTPAPER 5G

TCL Tab 10 NXTPAPER 5G

TCL has been building an impressive lineup of mobile phones, and the new TCL 50 series aims to provide a device for almost any need.

For 2024, NXTPAPER is coming to TCL phones in the USA with the TCL 50 XL NXTPAPER 5G and the TCL 50 XE NXTPAPER 5G.

TCL 50 Series Smartphones

The regular TCL 50 XL variety will have a 6.8″ FHD+ screen, dual speakers, 8GB RAM, and a 5010mAh battery. Meanwhile, the XE has a 6.6″ HD+ screen with dual speakers, a 50-megapixel camera, and a 5010mAh battery for plenty of juice. The TCL 50 LE will sport a 6.6″ screen, a 13MP hybrid camera, and a 4000mAh battery.

Finally, TCL is leveraging the new Snapdragon AR Gen 1 platform with the RayNeo X2 Lite AR glasses. They’ll feature a projector in each lens to provide independent display content. They’ll also be some of the lightest full-color 3D AR glasses! It’s still early days for AR, but these look like an exciting entry!

RayNeo X2 Lite AR glasses

You can check out TCL’s current offerings and watch for these new goodies by clicking here.

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1 Comment on "TCL TVs, Soundbars, and Mobile Devices Get a 2024 Refresh!"

  1. These ever-larger TV’s made me think of Fahrenheit 451, where people had TV’s for entire walls of their living room, sometimes all four walls.

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