TCL’s 10L 64GB Smartphone could be the best budget model on the market right now, and you can get one for $174.99 shipped after clipping the on-page $50 coupon, today only, originally $249.99. Featuring a 6.53-inch FHD+ Dotch LCD display, powered by NXTVISION, 64GB of internal storage, 6GB of RAM, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 octa-core processor, a quad rear camera system consisting of a 48MP + 8MP + 2MP, and a front-facing 16MP selfie camera. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
TCL’s new Fold ‘n Roll concept aims to bridge the gap between smartphone and tablet with a unique design that folds right down the middle. It features an outward-folding wraparound display that forms a 6.87 inch panel covering most of the front of the phone when folded. When users flip the screen open, you get an 8.85 inch smartphone / tablet hybrid that is great for games, productivity, streaming, and more. Read more for a video and additional information.
The TCL 10L Smartphone looks like a premium device, but without the high price tag, as you can get one for $199.99 shipped after clipping the on-page $50 off coupon, today only, originally $249.99. In addition to the 6.53” FHD+ Dotch LCD display, powered by NXTVISION, you get an AI quad rear camera system that includes a 48MP (high-res) sensor, 8MP super-wide, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
The LG Rollable is just one of many devices with flexible displays being showcased at CES 20201, and TCL has two of their own. First up, we have an experimental device that can transform from 6.7-inch smartphone to a 7.8-inch tablet using just a simple tap of the finger, and the user interface automatically adjusts to the change change, although the teaser video doesn’t show how it does this. When you’re done using it, the smartphone apparently doubles as a mirror. Read more for the video and additional information.
TCL first unveiled their tri-fold smartphone prototype last year, but that was just a non-functional device, Today, they revealed a working prototype, complete with their patented “DragonHinge,” which enables one to bend it in multiple directions, and as you’re about to see, still has some quirks they need to work out before it heads to production. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.
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Mobile World Congress 2020 was cancelled due to coronavirus fears, but that didn’t stop TCL from preparing a few smartphones for the show, with one of them leaking out ahead of its public debut. Unlike other devices with foldable displays, this one has a single continuous display with curved screens on either side and a near-seamless break where you can pull the two sides apart to expose the full display. Read more for another picture and additional information.