TCL Communication has been hard at work in recent months, and the company decided to showcase the TCL 10 series lineup at CES 2020. The range includes the first 5G device manufactured by the company, which should be released later this year.
TCL 10 5G will sport a mighty Qualcomm 7-series 5G-capable SoC that should provide an impressive performance. Besides the new device, the company also highlighted the TCL 10 Pro and TCL 10L, which should be released around the globe towards the end of 2020.
New looks and specs
The new devices are quite impressive, and each model offers four cameras on the rear. An interesting trait is represented by the screen, which is manufactured in-house by TCL. The panels will feature the proprietary NXTVision technology, which is designed to offer improved colors, clarity, and contrast in real-time. It was teased during the TLC Plex event, which took place in 2019, and it is spectacular.
Several sources mention that the TCL 10 Pro will be the first TCL device which uses a custom edge AMOLED display. The panels are assembled by a sister company known as TCL CSOT, which is also responsible for the display panels found in TCL television.
This year started excellently for TCL
According to a statement released by the company, the new lineup aims to bring powerful devices to the mass while maintaining a competitive price. Each of the new devices was designed and crafted to offer a complete smartphone experience that can satisfy most users while also packing the quality and value that is associated with TCL products.
2020 is shaping up to be an essential year for TCL as the company plans to expand on a global scale. The brand also takes pride in the fact that it is the only Chinese end-to-end global consumer electronics brand. It appears that TCL products will bring a breath of fresh air in a saturated market.
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