New TCL TVs removed from stores due to performance and Google TV software issues

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TCL is a well-known player in the smart TV market, most of the models of this brand run the Roku operating system.

Earlier this year, the company announced plans to launch Google TVs, which recently went on sale, but the company has now temporarily stopped selling. TCL has removed all four models from stores: 50-inch (50S546), 55-inch (55S546), 65-inch (65S546) and 75-inch (75S546) TVs due to performance and software issues.

New TCL TVs removed from stores due to performance and Google TV software issues

TCL is committed to providing premium products with a world-class experience and the new product with Google TV is certainly no different. However, we have noticed that some are experiencing problems related to the stability of the user interface. Our high-performance TVs are constantly evolving and recent software updates have allowed us to make significant progress, but we continue to improve our products using Google TV. Our clients will see notable improvements in the coming weeks, and we appreciate their patience.

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For existing users of these TVs, TCL shared exactly how users can install the latest available updates. This process has been explained on the support page.

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