The guy in thread is literally telling us which models are getting what lol. Not sure why they would hide the 8 series getting vrr at this point. Clearly there's some limitations on this model their not telling us and we were all beta testers for a new technology. Either way I won't hold my breath for vrr on this tv it'll be nice if we get it thoughPlus they discussed it further with at least 100 reporters in one-on-one Q&A sessions for blogs, reviews, and other articles, some of which I posted. This is where the obvious hints -- "more expensive 2019 models", "high end 2019 models", "top of the line 2019 models" came from. It's too consistent and not fabricated out of thin air. IF that wasn't true, TCL would have contacted the reporters for a correction.
There's no confusion the 2019 Series 8 will get this update. But they have to allow the new 2020 Series 6 to shine for awhile. I don't know why people don't understand this business necessity.
Also in the corporate world you have to wait for the higher ups to make "official" announcements. And these come at opportune times -- oh, like when the 2020 8K Series 8 is announced? Or soon thereafter. It would at a time when maximum interest is on the TCL brand, some some random day and time.