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TVs up to 98 inches in size, TCL launched, know the price!

TCL has launched its new high resolution TV series TCL T7E. In these SmartTVs, the company has given high resolution as well as high refresh rate. Apart from this, the TV has also been optimized for gaming. 4K display has been given in TCL T7E TV series. It has a peak brightness of 800 nits. In this new TV series of TCL, the company has used Unisoc Tiger T9652 Plus chip. SmartTV has 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. Low-latency and NFC support has also been provided in this TV series.

TCL T7E price, availability

TCL has launched the series TVs in five different sizes, which the company has also shared on Weibo. share has done. They start at 55 inches and come in sizes up to 98 inches. The smallest 55-inch TV is priced at 3,299 Yuan (approximately Rs 39,000). The top size 98-inch TV model of the series is priced at 15,999 Yuan (about Rs 1 lakh 88 thousand).

TCL T7E specifications and features

As mentioned earlier, the company has launched the TCL T7E in sizes ranging from 55 inches to 98 inches. The TV has a 4K display panel and has a refresh rate of 144Hz. In the TV series, the company has given Unisoc Tiger T9652 Plus chip, with which pairing of 4GB RAM and 64GB storage is available. The TV has also been optimized for gaming. The company has partnered with Tencent to provide a great gaming experience, under which it will make available START cloud games on TVs. Users will be able to play games like Sword 7 and Final Fantasy 15 smoothly on TV.

Talking about other features of TCL T7E, HDMI2.1 has been supported in it. It supports low-latency up to 1.2ms, so that players are going to get the best experience in it. Talking about its sound, 7 speakers have been given in the TV series models, with which Dolby Atmos 2.1 channel has been supported. NFC support is also available in these, so that screen projection can also be done.

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