TCL may have several ranges of unexpectedly affordable TVs, but that doesn’t mean there’s no space in the line-up for a flagship. That’s just what the TCL C735 98″ QLED 4K TV promises to be, a new Google TV set.
TCL launched the C Collection back in 2021, as a range of models targeting those who wanted maximum size in their living rooms. Whereas the company’s sets had previously topped out at 65-inches, this addition certainly pushes the boundaries.
The new TLC C735 isn’t just large, however, but features cutting-edge display tech. It uses HDR10+ which offers a wide palette of rich, bold, and vivid colours with frame-by-frame adaptive control. They can be adjusted for better brightness and contrast; IMAX Enhanced, meanwhile, brings cinema viewing standards right inside your home.
The panel itself supports maximum refresh rate of 120Hz, plus Dolby Vision. There’s Variable Refresh Rate and an Auto Game Mode, while inputs include four HDMI of which two are HDMI 2.1 and one supports eARC. For audio, there are Onkyo-tuned drivers and Dolby Atmos 3D processing.
As for software the C735 will run Google TV. That means there’ll be Google Assistant-powered voice control, streaming apps, and Google Play store support.
Unsurprisingly, this new 2022 flagship TV doesn’t come cheap. TCL says the C735 98″ 4K Google TV is already on sale, priced at R99 999.
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