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TCL To Sell 4K UHD TV With Built In Roku Streaming Technology, Similar To Telstra TV

Chinese TV brand TCL who are looking to expand their TV presence in Australia is set to launch a top end Quantum Dot, “QUHD.” TV with built in Roku 4K smart TV technology similar to what Telstra is currently offering with their Telstra TV box.

The flagship 65-inch TCL X1, is due to ship in the second half, will produce a wide colour gamut, as well as offer support for high dynamic range (HDR) including both the HDR 10 and Dolby Vision systems.
Among the models available to Australian retailers is a Curved TV.
TCL is also in a position to deliver 4K Ultra HD Roku TVs that have similar capability to the recently launched Telstra TV which is based on a Roku box. 

One of the world’s largest television manufacturers, TCL is vowing to push forward with 4K UHD TV marketing, and will use the flagship set to prove its manufacturing prowess.

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The Company also owns Alcatel One Touch in Australia a Company that is now #3 in the Australian mobile phone market. 
The 65-inch 15.4mm thick, X1 TCL flagship, will incorporate quantum-dot technology, new Dolby Vision VS10 HDR technology that is designed to offer multiple HDR formats, Harman Kardon speakers and a quad-core CPU with hexacore GPU.
Other features in the 65-inch X1 include: full-array LED backlighting with 288 zones of local dimming. It is said to output 1,000 nits of peak brightness.
The X1 will run a proprietary smart-TV OS with 4K streaming apps, including Vudu, which is slated to deliver Dolby Vision 4K HDR streaming titles, among others. The X1 will also include: HDMI 2.0a inputs with HDCP 2.2 copy protection to enable connecting external sources to transfer 4K content in HDR 10. These sources would include: 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray players download storage devices, among others.
TCL said it will offer retailers six 4K Ultra HDs embedded with the Roku smart TV operating system. 
The Roku Smart TV operating system is virtual identical in use and support for steaming audio and video services to Roku’s set-top streaming players.


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