TCL Announces Bringing Android 11 to Android TV-Based TVs in Q3 2021

A few days ago we saw the new TCL televisions, the miniLED OD Zero and now the manufacturer is back in the news by announcing that it has the arrival of Android 11 to some of your televisions that have Android TV as the operating system.

Specifically, it is the Android TV-based models that have been released in 2019 and 2020. These models will receive an update that will allow them to make the leap to Android 11, although to see this possibility come true we will have to wait until the third quarter of this year.

Android 11 in 2021

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As they report from FlatPanels, TCL will bring Android 11 to the Android TV-based models that were released in 2019 and 2020. This does not mean that it is about the change to Google TV, something that for now has no confirmation from the manufacturer.

TCL has in its catalog with models based on Roku, a system chosen for some of the televisions to launch in 2021. But also has televisions based on Android TV, models that we already saw as they came to Europe in some of its ranges.

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The arrival of Android 11 to compatible models also means the arrival of enhancements such as ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) for HDMI 2.1 connections, a new Gboard TV keyboard with the possibility of switching from speech to text and predictive writing, performance improvements or the new option “Subscribe and install” in the Google Play store. This is the list of models that will receive Android 11.

  • TCL X915
  • TCL C815
  • TCL C715
  • TCL P815
  • TCL P715
  • TCL P615
  • TCL X10
  • TCL X815
  • TCL EC78
  • TCL EP68
  • TCL EP66
  • TCL EP64

Via | FlatPanels


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