TCL Mobile has expanded its range with the launch of five devices including its first TCL-branded tablet for the Australian market and debut of its audio range of new earbuds, as well as a new smartphone.

The TCL TAB 10S 2022 is a 10-inch tablet with an IPS 1200 1920 FHD display with NXTVISION technology and 64GB memory expandable to a further 256GB. It features a 8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, and an all-day 8,000mAh battery. A Stylus Pen and Flip Protective Case are also standard inclusions.

Adopting an advanced octa-core chipset, the TCL TAB 10S delivers rapid processing speeds and intelligent eye protection means the tablet operates without flicker and harmful blue light, offering a safe and protective experience for children.

The TCL 20B is an affordable smartphone featuring a 6.52-inch HD+ NXTVISION technology with Mini-Notch display. The 20:9 display is coupled with a 3D-curved curved design for a cinematic viewing experience with a 4,000mAh battery that will last all day, and an AI 50MP ultra-sensing camera packed with pro-modes like night-mode and portrait.

The TCL 20B offers 64GB store onboard that is expandable up to 512GB with an external microSD card. For peak performance, the smartphone also features an Octa-core processor, 4GB RAM power, and Smart Manager which optimises all resources while blocking unwanted apps.

For added peace of mind, there is four-layer protection such as Face Key, Fingerprint Guard, the ability to secure apps with App Lock, and Sensitive Monitor that detects any suspicious behaviour and alerts the user.

The new TCL MoveAudio range incorporates three models and provides a true wireless experience.

The MoveAudio S150 true wireless headphones (featured image), priced at $69, boast large 13mm dynamic coil speaker to enhance performance and dual Bluetooth 5.0 transmission technology for smooth, continuous audio. DSP (Digital Signal Processing) noise cancelling optimises voice and reduces background noise for crystal clear calls.

With smart touch control, simply double tap to play, pause, pick up a call or end a call, and triple tap the left to go back a song, or the right to go to the next song. Alternatively, activate voice assistant for a hands-free experience.

Featuring IPX4 protection against water, sweat and dust, the S150 offer up to 3.5 hours of listening time on a single charge, or up to 20 hours with the charging case.

The MoveAudio SOCL500 true wireless headphones, priced at $129, deliver premium sound with 5.8mm speaker drivers for rich bass and echo cancellation, as well as a comfortable fit and enhanced in-ear noise isolation.

Also featuring IPX4 protection against water, sweat and dust, the SOCL500 offer total playtime of 26 hours, with 6.5 hours of continuous playback and 19.5 hours of additional charge from the case.

The MoveAudio S600 true wireless headphones, priced at $199, boast six-mic Active Noise Cancellation to amplify voice and reduce background noise. With the tap of a finger, users can switch to Transparency Mode to have a conversation or hear an announcement without removing the earbuds.

Thanks to Smart Play functionality, audio will automatically play when the earbuds are in, and stop when they are removed. With Google Assistant, users can interact with their smartphone or tablet hands-free.

Accompanied by the TCL Connect app, users can customise settings for the S600 including ANC, Transparency Mode, touch controls and more. Offering up to eight hours of listening time and 32 hours of playback with the charging case, the headphones also incorporate dual Bluetooth transmission technology.

“It has been a huge year of growth for TCL Mobile in Australia, and we are delighted to add to our range ahead of the busy festive season. This expansion means we have launched 11 products in just six months,” TCL Communication channel manager for Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands, Joseph Corrente said.

“Launching our first TCL tablet and a new range of audio is a natural progression for us in Australia, complementing our range of smartphones and other devices that are already readily available via our retail and carrier partners.”