While we don’t know a complete lot about them, TCL has introduced that its upcoming 6-Series TVs will help 4K/120Hz gameplay due to a new expertise developed in collaboration with THX.
Dubbed THX Licensed Game Mode, the expertise reduces judder and smearing, activates auto-low latency mode on the TV, and passes through 4K sign at 120 fps – which must be good for the upcoming Xbox Collection X and PS5 consoles.
In line with a weblog put up on TCL’s web site, THX Licensed Game Mode may also optimize your image settings for optimum shade saturation and brightness, too, which is a pleasant bonus for avid gamers who don’t usually go in and tweak the image settings.
Sadly, TCL hasn’t introduced when the brand new 6-Series TVs shall be obtainable yet or every other key details, however in the present day’s information does give us hope that we may have an inexpensive choice when selecting out a TV for the subsequent technology of consoles.
Will these TVs have miniLED technology, too?
At CES 2020, we reported that the upcoming TCL 6-Series would use miniLED technology – as indicated by a small description of the product on the showroom flooring. It made sense because we noticed miniLED make its approach to the 8-Collection in 2019, and it’s normal to see show expertise slowly make its means into cheaper fashions.
Sadly, in the present day’s THX Licensed Game Mode information doesn’t verify or deny using miniLEDs within the new 6-Series.
That being stated, it nonetheless appears extremely seemingly that may be the case and, whether it is, then we’ll see higher distinction management and better peak brightness ranges along with 4K/120Hz gaming on the subsequent technology of TCL TVs. It is a win-win.
We’ll preserve a watch out for any extra information concerning the new TCL 6-Series and report again after we hear extra.