TCL unveils India's first mini LED QLED 4K TV with Android 11

TCL, a leading consumer electronics brand based in China, has unveiled a Mini LED TV for the Indian market, heralding its technical innovation in the TV segment. According to sources, the company’s small LED QLED 4K Android 11 TV C825 will be available in 55-inch and 65-inch panel sizes, with prices ranging from Rs 1,14,990 to Rs 1,49,990.

Mini LED technology works in a similar way to LED TVs, but with much smaller LEDs. With this, OEMs can fit more LEDs inside the screen due to its small size. According to TCL, its TV uses a straight-down backlight mode, which reduces the grain size of traditional LEDs.

To enhance the number of backlight sources, thousands of light control units are used which are integrated with Full Array Local Dimming technology to provide higher contrast, accurate color, darker blacks, and whiter whites.

The TV is integrated with Dolby Vision IQ for a flawless picture and Dolby Vision HDR for an ultra-vivid picture for presenting a perfect image. It also has TCL's proprietary software algorithm and 120Hz MEMC for viewing action-packed entertainment with minimized visual fatigue and improved image quality.

Additionally, its Game Master feature with a dedicated HDMI 2.1 port offers improved gameplay to gamers along with high processing and performance. It also comes with a magnetic magic camera that can be used to make video calls using Google Duo and Zoom Meet, and includes ONKYO Soundbar with Dolby Atmos that is IMAX Enhanced certified and has built-in Subwoofer.

In addition to the small LED QLED 4K TV, TCL has also released Game Master and QLED 4K C725 with Video Call Camera for a smart home experience. Hands-free voice control 2.0, Dolby Vision, 120Hz MEMC, IMAX Enhanced, Dolby Vision IQ, TCL Smart UI, Dolby Atmos, and Game Master are among the features on the latest models.

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