[Pictured: TCL X10]
Chinese-based TCL claims it will release Australia’s first 8K TV next year, after unveiling three new models – the X10, Frame TV+ and X8 – at IFA 2018 in Berlin.
The new TCL X10 claims to be Australia’s first 8K TV, and is scheduled to land in Aussie stores early next year (pricing to be confirmed).
The new X10, Frame TV+ and X8 feature TCL’s Android operating system, with voice control support for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
TCL’s 2019 Australian TVs will incorporate Onkyo sound, Dolby Vision, HDR10+ support and Quantum Dot picture technology.
It follows TCL’s acquisition of Onkyo and Pioneer earlier this year, making way for its new premium portfolio.
TCL Australia National Sales Director, Jason Carrick, claims the new models will debut TV technology to local residents, such as Google Assistant support.
The new Frame TV+ takes on Samsung’s popular ‘Frame’ TV range, and is tipped to retail for a comparatively lower cost.
Further information and local pricing for TCL’s three 2019 TVs will be provided early next year.