TCL’s QLED TVs receive IMAX® Enhanced Certification

TCL Electronics, one of the leading players in the global TV industry, has announced that the X915 Android QLED TV has received IMAX® Enhanced global certification for what they describe as its extraordinary audiovisual features and large display.

“It is our absolute pleasure to gain recognition and partner with such an elite program as IMAX Enhanced. TCL Android QLED TVs have met the highest level of standards, and ensure the best colour, contrast, clarity and sound on the market,” said Kevin Wang, CEO of TCL Industries Holdings Co., Ltd. and TCL Electronics.

TCL says they are one of the few TV brands that have met the stringent performance standards established by IMAX and DTS.

About the X915:

The X915 series features 8k Quantum Dot (QLED) Display and Dolby Vision® HDR imaging technology, industry-leading sound solutions by Onkyo and Dolby Atmos® immersive audio hardware.

Powered by the latest Quantum Dot (QLED) Display Technology with measured 95%+ ultra-high colour gamut (DCI-P3) and 1.07 billion level colour rendering, the X915 delivers deeply saturated reds, stunning greens and spectacular blues without the limitations of lower colour volume or shorter life found in other colour technologies.

X915 also offers amazing 8K picture quality with a resolution of 33 million pixels. For non-8K content, TCL says the X915’s AI 8K Upscaling Technology can optimize it into 8K format automatically, offering a true 8K experience.

Its Local Dimming Technology enables precise backlight control that enhances contrast and imagery while HDR 10+ and Dolby Vision® optimize picture to boost colour saturation limits and beefing up the contrast.  

Check out other certified IMAX Enhanced devices here.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Back to top button

Discover more from Techish Kenya

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading