TCL's QM8, Q7 and Q6 ranges of LCD TVs are now available in the US. QM8 features a miniLED backlight with up to 2300 dimming zones.
Unveiled at CES in January, TCL is changing its line-up structure dividing it into high-end/mid-range Q series and entry-level S series. The QM8, Q7 and Q6 – also known as QM850G, Q750G and Q650G – will be available in sizes up to 98 inches with 4K resolution. There are no new 8K models in the 2023 line-up.
- "Each year we set the bar for the industry as our lineup continues to refine key advancements that we’ve pioneered. With TCL’s immersive extra-large screens and higher resolution content, consumers can replicate the same cinematic ?field of view’ found in theaters without worrying about viewing distance. Whether it’s movies, sports, shows, or videogames, TCL is poised and motivated to make TVs that will meet everyone’s entertainment needs," said Chris Hamdorf, SVP at TCL.
TCL QM8, Q7 and Q6TCL's QM8 features miniLED with up to 2300 dimming zones in 98 inches and claims of up to 2000 nits.
Q7 does not have miniLED but still features over 200 zones in the largest size. Both QM8 and Q7 feature a 240Hz VRR mode (Game Accelerator 240) at half vertical resolution, despite being 120Hz LCD panels.
TCL QM850G. Photo: TCL
Q6 is a 60Hz LCD model without dimming zones but can also run at 120Hz VRR (half vertical resolution).
All models run Google TV instead of Roku this year. Further specifications can be found in the TV Database or the table below.
TCL QM8, Q7 and Q6 are available now in North America. We refer to the table below for prices and dealers. The 98-inch QM8 is coming later this year.
TCL 2023 LCD TVs – specifications FlatpanelsHD