CES 2021

TCL Electronics has on Wednesday (6 January) introduced that it would be showcasing next-generation Mini-LED and future display technologies at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021. For the first time ever, the event will be ‘digital CES’. TCL stated that it will be becoming a member of more than one session at CES 2021, such as the Global Press Announcement. It will additionally display its trendy technologies as properly as existing a full vary of smart home appliances to users, CEO of TCL Industrial Holdings and TCL Electronics Kevin Wang said that the company is proud to be at CES 2021 and a member of this vibrant industry.

Apart from Mini-LED and QLED TVs, TCL will showcase a full vary of smart home appliances consisting of soundbars. The main consumer electronics company will additionally display famous mobile devices pushed by using its on-going AIxIoT strategy.

CEO of TCL Industrial Holdings and TCL Electronics Kevin Wang stated that the company is proud to be at CES 2021 and a member of this brilliant industry.

“As one of the main client electronics brands in the world and 2nd biggest TV brand in America, it is our mission to make life smart with progressive technology via our AIxIoT strategy. Moving ahead we are dedicated to offering satisfactory smart products and services to international users.”

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Apart from TCL, pinnacle technology brands LG, Samsung, Philips, Canon, and Lenovo will be collaborating in the CES 2021. The event is being hosted via Intel and will be held from 11 to 14 January. The online event will be open to media, industry insiders, and the general public. However, they will have to go to the official website of CES 2021 and register to view the event.

At CES 2021, LG Display is going to showcase its first 48-inch bendable cinematic sound OLED (CSO) display. The corporation stated that the screen can bend to a 1,000R curvature except for affecting any of its functionality.

CES 2021: What to expect


LG is planning to showcase a bendable OLED display of 48-inch in size. The display will function a paper-thin display screen that can straighten or bend as per need. Because of its curved interface, the display screen looks to be designed for gaming purpose. The company claims that its today’s OLED technology lets in the display to continue to be flat, however it permits users to bend and unfold the display. LG would additionally be showcasing transparent OLED TVs and a vary of MiniLED TVs (or ‘QNED’ TVs) at CES.


Samsung is keeping a ‘First Look 2021’ event on January 6, where the South Korean electronics large is anticipated to show its upcoming TVs, smart refrigerators, and home appliances. The corporation has already introduced its new 110-inch display screen MicroLED TV, and it is rumoured to launch new TVs with the quantum dot/OLED hybrid technology, acknowledged as QD-OLED. Besides, it might also additionally refresh its QLED TV vary and upgraded its 8K TV line-up. The company additionally introduced that it will reveal a new Exynos chipset on January 12 that will likely power the upcoming Galaxy S21 series.

Samsung is keeping an event on January 14, where it be asserting its trendy lineup of Galaxy flagship smartphones – the Galaxy S21 series.


Sony has posted a video teaser on its YouTube channel, hinting at the feasible unveiling of its new BRAVIA TV at CES 2021 on January 7. A new vary of TVs with 120Hz refresh rate are anticipated to be showcased by way of the Japanese electronics maker at the CES 2021.


TCL has established that it will launch mini-LED display technology at the CES 2021. Besides, the company is also predicted to unveil new QLED-driven TVs, soundbar audio systems and different home appliances at the event.


Amazfit has introduced that it will introduce high-end products to its GT collection of fitness and health wearables. The corporation has additionally proven the name of the products – GTS 2e and GTR 2e. Both the health and fitness wearables are anticipated to be comparable to the GTS and GTR, respectively; albeit the Wi-Fi connectivity.

Intel, AMD, Nvidia

Chipmakers — AMD, Intel, and Nvidia — are anticipated to announce the subsequent generation of hardware. AMD and Intel are anticipated to launch new processors whilst Nvidia may want to launch a new vary of mid-range graphics cards for gamers.

Asus, Acer, Lenovo, HP

Asus, Acer, Lenovo, HP, etc., are anticipated to launch laptops and desktops at CES this year. ASUS has posted brief video teasers for each of its ROG Strix and TUF Gaming lineups.