Published on May 24th, 2022 | by Adrian Gunning

Experience next-level gaming with TCL’s 4K QLED Google TV

TCL, one of the world’s fastest-growing consumer electronics companies, today released its C635 Series, a 4K QLED Google TV that provides outstanding image quality and excellent audio effects with the help of Quantum Dot technology, Dolby Atmos and HDR10+ — the perfect model to experience ultra-high-definition, next-level gaming.

Available in five panel sizes ranging from 43” to 75”, TCL’s 4K QLED Google TVs also produce sensational surround sound quality courtesy of Onkyo premium audio and Dolby Atmos.

“For compatible console gamers, TCL’s Dual Line Gate technology automatically boosts the 60Hz TV panel to a 120Hz refresh rate (up to 2K resolution),” explains TCL AU/NZ national marketing manager Rafael Mayen. “More frames per second on screen coupled with Auto Low Latency Mode and an upgrade to HDMI2.1 equates to a much smoother presentation and a more responsive gameplay experience.”

Special features of TCL’s C635 QLED 4K Google TV Series

Google TV — discover new movies and shows from across your favourite streaming platforms. Suggestions based on what you’ve watched and what interests you make it easier to find the next binge-worthy series

High Dynamic Range (HDR10+) — the latest standard for UHD content, HDR10+ provides a superior experience with striking brightness, exceptional shadow detail and vivid colour. Sit back and soak up the incredible picture detail

Vivid, vibrant, vital — experience punchier picture performance thanks to Quantum Dot technology producing brighter, more saturated, and a more accurate colour range

First-class surround sound experience Onkyo’s cutting-edge audio combined with Dolby Atmos’ revolutionary spatial audio technology deliver incredible clarity and an overall premium listening experience that is fit for first-class entertainment

Smoother gameplay for compatible console gamers — TCL’s Dual Line Gate technology automatically boosts the 60Hz TV panel to a 120Hz refresh rate (up to 2K resolution), resulting in a smoother gameplay experience

Fast-moving action — 100 Clear Motion Rate (CMR) coupled with MEMC reduces motion display blur and judder to deliver silky-smooth scenes where it matters. It does this by artificially adding frames to a video with a low frame rate so that it has a higher frame rate, producing smoother results

 Immersive Scene  Dolby Vision technology revolutionises your entertainment with breathtaking, realistic visuals. The picture quality is so close to reality, you’ll forget you’re looking at a screen

Powered by TCL AIPQ 2.0 Processor  chipset-enabled TCL algorithm processes content in real time, detecting environment and upscaling display and audio. Pictures are optimised according to content; see bluer oceans and lusher rainforests

Slimline design suits every space — with its stylish, ultra slim body, TCL’s C635 TVs can perfectly fit into your space, complementing your home just like a piece of artwork

Technical specs

  • 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160)
  • 120Hz Dual Line Gate (DLG)* – Available in 55″, 65″ and 75″
  • Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)
  • Quantum Dot Technology
  • HDR 10+
  • Dolby Vision / Dolby Atmos
  • Wide Colour Gamut
  • Google TV
  • Google Assistant/Works with Alexa
  • AIPQ Engine
  • Google Play Store
  • Hands-free Voice Control
  • Chromecast built-in
  • Entertainment Hub (Netflix, Stan, YouTube, Amazon Prime, Freeview)
  • Onkyo Audio/Dolby/DTS-HD Decoding
  • 2.0 Ch Speaker
  • Google Duo
  • 100 Clear Motion Rate
  • Bluetooth
  • Adjustable Feet – (55″/65″/75″ only)
  • Dual Band WiFi
  • HDMI 2.1
  • USB

*Up to 2K

 Pricing and availability

RRP: from $899

Available now through Betta Electrical, Bing Lee, Harvey Norman, The Good Guys

About the Author


Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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