This TCL 55-inch 4K Ultra HD TV allows you to discover lifelike detail in scenes when watching the latest in 4K entertainment thanks to its 3,840 x 2,160 pixel screen resolution. You can stream up to 4K resolution TV shows or films with a Netflix subscription via the smart TV interface or watch the latest 4K UHD film on Blu-ray. The TCL 55P8M is a High Dynamic Range compatible TV, supporting industry renowned HDR10 content available to stream right now with a Netflix subscription or available to watch on 4K HDR titles on your compatible 4K Blu-ray player. Here you’ll see striking contrasts and colour to make scenes look more lifelike. Plus, this 4K HDR TV is powered by the Android TV operating system and features AI integrated technology to give you access to countless entertainment options from Google Play, You Tube and more, simply by speaking into the microphone on your Voice Remote Control. You can even watch the latest trending You Tube videos, catch up on a TV show favourite with FreeviewPlus, or cast content from an app on your smart device straight to the screen on this Chromecast built-in, internet ready TV.
Screen Resolution:Ultra High Definition
Display Resolution:3,840 x 2,160
Additional Features:4K HDR, AI Google Assistant, Dolby Audio
Motion Rate:Clear Motion Rate 100
Smart TV:Android TV
Video Streaming Apps:Netflix, Stan, YouTube, Freeview Plus
Sound:2 x 8W
VESA Wall Mount Size (mm):200 x 200
Weight with stand (without stand):12kg (11.8kg)
What’s In The Box:Includes Voice Remote Control
Manufacturer’s Warranty:3 Year
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