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TCL unveils new X11H 4K MiniLED TV with 14,112 dimming zones

The TCL X11H 4K TV has up to 6,500 nits brightness. (Image source: TCL)
The TCL X11H 4K TV has up to 6,500 nits brightness. (Image source: TCL)
The TCL X11H 4K TV is now available to pre-order in China. Available in two sizes, the model has a MiniLED display, with the larger version featuring 14,112 dimming zones. Other features include a 144Hz native refresh rate, a relatively high brightness level and an integrated 160W speaker system.

TCL has launched the X11H TV in China in two sizes: 85-inch and 98-inch. Not to be confused with the TCL X11H Max, a TV with a MicroLED display, this latest model is a MiniLED LCD TV with a native 4K resolution and a 144 Hz refresh rate.

According to the product page for the X11H, the MiniLED zones have zero latency to the VA LCD panel. While the 85-inch version of the new TCL TV has 10,368 dimming zones, the larger 98-inch variant has 14,112. Plus, the new slim model has up to 6,500 nits brightness, with a Quantum Dot Pro display covering 157% of the BT.709 color space. The TV runs on a version of Android with 4+128GB memory and a built-in 160W 6.2.2 channel speaker system from Onkyo. Other features include Wi-Fi 6 compatibility and multiple HDMI 2.1, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports.

You can now pre-order the TCL X11H 85-inch and 98-inch TVs in China at sites like JD.com for 27,999 yuan (~$3,900) and 44,999 yuan (~$6,300), respectively. It is unclear whether or when the model could arrive in other markets like North America or Europe. If it reached these regions, it would be a successor to models like the QM851G or QM850G in the US or the X955 in the EU.

(Image source: TCL)
(Image source: TCL)

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Polly Allcock, 2024-03-14 (Update: 2024-03-14)