Although we don’t know much about it, TCL announced that its upcoming 6-series TVs will support 4K/120Hz gameplay due to a new technology developed in cooperation with THX.
The technology is called THX-certified game mode, which reduces jitter and tailing, turns on the automatic low-latency mode on the TV, and passes 4K signals at 120 fps-this is for the upcoming Xbox Series X and PS5 consoles It should be the perfect choice.
According to a Blog post on TCL website, THX-certified game mode will also optimize your picture settings to get the best color saturation and brightness, which is a good reward for gamers who don’t often adjust picture settings.
Unfortunately, TCL has not announced when the new 6-series TV will be launched or any other key details, but today’s news does make us hope that when we choose a TV for the next generation of game consoles, we can have an affordable select.
Will these TVs also use miniLED technology?
At the 2020 International Consumer Electronics Show, we reported that the upcoming TCL 6 series will use miniLED technology-as shown in the short description of the product on the showroom floor. When we saw miniLED entering the 8 series in 201
Unfortunately, today’s THX certified game mode news does not confirm or deny the use of miniLEDs in the new 6 series.
That being said, the situation still seems very unbelievable. If this is the case, then on the next-generation TCL TV, in addition to 4K/120Hz gaming, we will also see better contrast control and higher peak brightness levels. This is a win-win situation.
We will pay close attention to more news about the new TCL 6 series and report when we hear more.