The Q2A and Q2AE TVs are OLED sets, using panels from LG Display. They are 55″ and 65″ curved TVs with UltraHD, voice control, MHL-HDMI and HDMI 2.0 inputs and a wide colour gamut. The Q2AE models are feature HDR. They are available now in China and “some” Asian countries.
Changhong’s other TV in the Chiq brand is a 98″ 8k LCD model, also using an LGD panel. It is called the 98ZHQ2R. The TV has a wide colour gamut (although the company could not provide any specifics on the technology), 8k MEMC, MHL, HDMI 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports. It has a smart TV system based on Android 4.4.
A concept autostereo 3D TV was also being shown on the stand – one of the very few that we saw at CES. The 3D effect was good (perhaps because viewers were forced to stand a good way back from the set!), but we saw significant colour banding.