- Jun 19, 2020
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TCL calls this the OD Zero Mini-LED. The "OD" stands for optical distance. The mini-LEDs themselves seem to be smaller thus allowing for thousands of zones of dimming. Not to mention an increase in brightness due to the mini-LEDs touching (from the looks of it) the diffuser plate. As a side note I'm curious to know if this is similar to what Samsung is doing. All this should, in theory, allow for greater focus of light and less blooming as a result. TCL seems to have continued their Vidrian technology despite not releasing it last year. I expect many of the traditional LCD layers to be fused into one sheet of glass substrate as Vidrian showcased. I would imagine a new image processor too but we'll have to wait and see.
Anyone else looking forward to what TCL is bringing to the table? A bit disappointed in Sony's LCD showing. TCL has the opportunity to knock it out of the park with this. Their new lineup could be the price to performance king. Hopefully their quality/reliability will improve too with the introduction of this new tech.