TCL 55C635K 55-inch QLED Television, 4K Ultra HD, Smart TV Powered by Android TV (Dolby Vision & Atmos, Freeview Play, Motion clarity, compatible with Google assistant & Alexa)
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Elegant and smart: the bezeless luxury design of TCL C63 Series comes with an adjustable dual position stand.* Subtitle and audio description information spoken on the electronic programme guide more info panel
In fact, the 55C735K even supports the Dolby Vision IQ system, where the advanced Dolby Vision picture settings can automatically adjust themselves to compensate for the amount of ambient light in your room so that you still get the right level of HDR impact.Percentage luminance drop at 35 degree horizontal angle from the centre of the screen with 100% white output Max light output HDR (high dynamic range) while displaying small white square taking up 60% of the screen (measured in Nits)
Percentage luminance drop at 20 degree vertical angle from the centre of the screen with 100% white output Discover new movies and shows with suggestions based on what you’ve watched and what interests you. You can even add to your Watchlist right from your phone, so your recommendations are always up to date. The 55C735K has much more going on beyond these promising basics, though. For starters, despite its eye-openingly low price, it uses Quantum Dots to create its colours – an approach that should deliver a noticeably wider colour range than the traditional colour filter system.As you can guess, the first two digits relate to the screen size, with the P reflecting the LCD product line (you’ll note it changes to C for the QLED and Mini LED models). Rather than using a letter to reflect the yearly updates like many of its competitors, TCL increases the Series number, so last year’s P62 and C82 ranges, for example, become P63 and C83 in 2022. This is the followed with a further digit cementing each model’s place in the Series (the P638 ranked above the P635 and RP630), and the last letter denoting the region (with K being the UK). As with several of the other manufacturers we’ve featured this year, there’s a clear progression in terms of both pricing and the ever-improving features list as you work your way from the cheapest TVs to the most expensive. This means you should be free to figure out your best option either by setting a budget and seeing what fits your limit, or by determining what features and specifications you need for your own viewing preferences and line-up your choices accordingly.