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TCL demos 115-inch miniLED TV, aiming to replace movie projectors

Released as the X11G Max in China, there are rumors of an upcoming international release

Photo: OFweek China


While we’ve previously reported on TCL’s recent 98-inch, 4K TVs, the Chinese company has decided that bigger is better by showcasing its massive 115-inch display, which it touts as the world’s largest miniLED LCD TV.

The giant display was brought to Berlin for IFA 2023, where show goers were able to see the TV’s 4K resolution in person. According to TCL, the display features a 7.000:1 native contrast ratio, over 20,000 miniLED dimming zones, 5000 nits peak brightness, and a multi-channel audio system.

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The TV, which has already been launched in China as the X11G Max, is being positioned as an alternative to movie projectors. Marek Maciejewski, Product Development Director at TCL Europe, commented to FlatpanelsHD that the X11G Max would not be seeing an international release this year, but there are rumors that the display will make an appearance at next year’s CES in January, which would hint at a North American release, in addition to a wider international launch.

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