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TCL X955 Max gigantic 115-inch TV on show

The TCL X955 Max is a 115-inch QD-Mini LED TV. (Image source: TCL)
The TCL X955 Max is a 115-inch QD-Mini LED TV. (Image source: TCL)
The 115-inch TCL X955 Max TV is being shown at the KOOP trade fair. The larger QD-Mini LED model is similar to other models of the same size, which we have already seen from the brand. Features of the display include up to 5,000 nits brightness and 20,000 dimming zones for a higher contrast ratio.

TCL is showing its 115-inch X955 Max TV at the KOOP trade fair in Berlin. The QD-Mini LED model was unveiled last August and appears almost identical to the 115-inch X11G, which arrived in China last year, and a QM8 model of the same size, which was shown alongside the X955 at CES 2024.

Using sixth-generation QD-Mini LED technology, the X955 Max has up to 5,000 nits brightness, with 20,000 dimming zones for a higher contrast ratio and sharp details. The display covers 98% of the DCI-P3 color space and supports a resolution of up to 144Hz, making it suited to gaming. Other features include ALLM, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision IQ compatibility and a built-in 6.2.2 channel sound system with support for Dolby and DTS Sound technologies. Plus, the TV uses a MediaTek Pentonic 700 (MT9653) SoC with 4+128GB memory.

There are only minor points of differentiation between the X11G and the X955 Max, such as the TV tuner, with DTMB replaced by analog and various DTB standards in the EU model. The stands also differ, with low-profile feet used in European TVs, while the Chinese variant has four taller legs. The TCL X955 QD-Mini LED 4K TV will also be available in 85-inch and 98-inch sizes. The release date and pricing for the new TCL X955 models have yet to be announced. As a guide on the range-topping product, the 115-inch X11G retails for 79,999 yuan (~€10,500/US$11,000) in China. 

(Image source: TCL)
(Image source: TCL)
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Polly Allcock, 2024-02-19 (Update: 2024-02-19)