Chinese manufacturer TCL continues to make inroads in the West, with a new generation of its 6-Series displays available by May 1. It'll sport dolby Vision and HDR Pro Gamma, as and have Roku baked in as the operating system. It'll have 4K resolution, of course. The 55-inch model will also have 96 contrast control zones, and the 65-inch model sports 120.

From TCL's blog post:

Announced earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show to incredible response, the 6-Series strengthens TCL's reputation for picture performance with increased Contrast Control Zones for exceptionally bright whites and deep blacks, a new iPQ Engine for controlled and precise color reproduction, and HDR Pro Gamma for impactful HDR performance in any environment.

Like the P6, the 2018 6-Series will continue to deliver an exceptional viewing experience and adds an innovative design aesthetic with a bold, brushed metal finish that's sure to make a striking addition to anyone's living room. It also features Dolby Vision HDR combined with vibrant wide color powered by TCL's NBP Photon technology.

Stay tuned for more on this one!