TCL unveils World’s first 8k resolution 47.5-inch curved display

TCL CSOT, a company that specializes in TV screens, has unveiled its first automotive display at the Society for Information Display event in Los Angeles. The display is a massive 47 inches, making it the largest automotive display on the market. While Mercedes-Benz offers a 56-inch display in its EQS and EQE models, this is actually made up of three separate displays. TCL’s display, on the other hand, is a single, continuous panel.

TCL unveils largest automotive display

This behemoth automotive display is 1.4 meters wide and runs from one side of the vehicle to the other. It comes with in-cell touch sensing and responds to multiple inputs, allowing both the driver and passenger to operate it at the same time.

TCL Automotive Display

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Likewise, the automotive display is curved to fit the shape of the vehicle. It has a radius of 4,200R and features an integrated instrument cluster with no borders. It also has a control center and infotainment system.

Not to forget, this is a mini-LED screen with 3,000 local dimming zones, a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1, and a native 8K resolution. This makes it the highest-resolution screen in the automobile industry.

The TCL automotive display is also a cost-effective option for automakers. The single, simple-to-install assembly makes it a more affordable option than many screens. But there is one potential drawback to the TCL display: redundancy. When automakers replace the instrument cluster with an integrated screen, there is a risk that the screen could malfunction. This is a concern that has been raised by some experts. And recent evidence of it is the recall of VinFast vehicles in the United States due to a blank screen.

TCL CSOT has not yet announced any automakers that have committed to installing the display in their vehicles. However, the company is confident that the display will be a popular choice for automakers due to its large size, high resolution, and advanced features.

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