Alongside two other smartphones.
TCL has used CES to preview it’s three new TCL-branded devices, the TCL 10L, 10 Pro and the company’s first 5G device, the 10 5G. The devices will officially launch at MWC in Barcelona next month and will be available in Australia before the end of the year with availability and pricing to be confirmed.
Each of the new TCL smartphones feature the company’s new design for 2020, which includes quad-rear cameras – a main, macro, ultra low-light and ultra light cameras, as well as TCL-made displays. They will also offer TCL’s NXTVISION visual technology, a proprietary advanced display optimisation and camera technology for enriched color, clarity and contrast enhancement in real-time.
All three devices also feature fingerprint sensors positioned on the back of the TCL 10L and 10 Pro and in the display on the 10 5G.
The TCL 10 Pro is the first TCL device to sport the company’s edge AMOLED display, made possible through TCL Communication’s sister company, TCL CSOT, which also develops panels for TCL televisions.
“2020 will prove to be a critical year in the evolution of TCL’s business, not just as a mobile device manufacturer, but also as China’s only end-to-end global consumer electronics brand, according to TCL Industrial Holdings CEO, Kevin Wang.
“Our TCL-branded smartphones and mobile devices will be an important focal point for the larger TCL ecosystem moving forward, and with these devices coming this year, we feel TCL is well-prepared to compete in any market around the world,” he said.
A TCL executive also confirmed that a foldable smartphone is in the pipeline with plans to launch at the end of 2020.