TCL will challenge OLED dominance at CES 2020 with its new mini-LED TVs

If you like OLED TVs but didn't like the panel's low maximum brightness, you'll definitely want to tune in at CES 2020 - especially to what TCL is doing this year.

Shenzhen TV manufacturer has announced that it will bring its latest crop of mini-LED TVs to show, and they may pose a real threat to LG's OLED display dominance.

Mini LED TVs, for those who missed their debut a few years ago, use fewer LEDs, which provide finer control over the backlight channels. While they don't offer pixel-by-pixel brightness control the same way OLED does, mini-LED TVs can get a lot brighter than OLED, and that will make a world of difference when it comes to displaying report content.

Expect to see a range of new models, said during an appearance at TCL that falls on Monday, January 6 at 12pm PST and, for those traveling to Vegas for CES, at the company's booth in the central hall.

Who else is going to Kes 2020?

Obviously, it's not easy being at TCL and LG at CES this year - you've got Sony with their usual nightly, star-studded main on Monday night and Samsung's first look event, which happens every year on the Sunday night before the show.

While all the TV makers keep their cards close to their vests until they hit Las Vegas, we have a pretty good idea of ​​what to expect - Sony probably has new GPS-based LEDs before 2020 OLED. panels, while Samsung will show off its next-gen QLED TV and likely another ridiculously expensive 292-inch screen.

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On top of LEDs and mini LED TVs you can expect to see a number of 8K LED LCD TVs from almost every manufacturer though if we actually have real live 8K footage out there in Vegas to look at them still was not visible.

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