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TCL is a well-known brand internationally for its bang for the buck TVs. But for some reason, the company hasn’t brought its most popular international TV models to India. Hopefully, that will change in 2021. TCL already has its 8 series Mini LED TVs available internationally and at CES 2021, the company is expected to showcase its next-generation mini-LED TVs. Internationally, TCL has its TVs running on Android TV and Roku, so it will be interesting to see the 2021 portfolio. The TCL CES 2021 briefing is slated for January 11 at 4:30 PM India time. 

“TCL is proud to be at CES 2021 and a member of this vibrant industry. As one of the leading consumer electronics brands in the world, and second largest TV brand in America, it is our mission to make life intelligent with innovative technology through our AIxIoT strategy. Moving forward we are committed to providing the best smart products and services to global users,” said Kevin Wang, CEO of TCL Industrial Holdings and TCL Electronics.

TCL will debut new mini-LED TVs at CES 2021

CES 2021 will be an all-digital event for the first time due to the pandemic, and it will be interesting to see how brands show off their latest offerings to the tech enthusiastic community. 

TCL isn’t the only brand flexing its mini-LED TV muscles. LG has announced that it will launch its range of QNED mini-LED TVs at CES 2021, combining the prowess of quantum dot and NanoCell in a TV to give OLED-like picture performance. You can learn more about LG’s QNED TVs here. 

LG Display has announced a bendable 48-inch OLED TV that can bend to the curvature of 1,000R when used for gaming to add to the immersion. The TV can also become a 48-inch flat-panel when consuming content regularly. LG’s 48-inch CX has been touted internationally as the display of choice for gamers, but sadly, the 48-inch variant of the CX isn’t available in India. We reviewed the LG GX and you can check out our review of LG’s premium OLED TV here. 

Sony has also announced the date for their CES 2021 press event. Sony will, of course, show off its 2021 TV lineup. The company hasn’t yet revealed or teased anything about their upcoming TVs. 

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