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TCL Project Archery 2.0 gives video glasses a second try

TCL Project Archery 2.0 gives video glasses a second try

TCL isn't just bringing affordable Android phones and a foldable prototype to CES 2020: the company also has another concept device that aims to deliver your video and gaming content more privately. TCL Project Archery was previewed back at IFA 2019, a wearable display promising the equivalent of a 100-inch TV viewed from across the room.

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TCL foldable phone hands-on: A prototype with promise

TCL foldable phone hands-on: A prototype with promise

TCL has revealed a new foldable phone prototype at CES 2020, a clamshell that opens up to reveal a 7.2-inch flexible touchscreen, and one which already has a few advantages over the Samsung Galaxy Fold. While the device is still at the "functional prototype" stage, and won't launch quite as you see here, there are already good reasons why what TCL has achieved should get Android fans excited.

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TCL 10 5G, 10 Pro and 10L promise high-spec Android under $500

TCL 10 5G, 10 Pro and 10L promise high-spec Android under $500

TCL has a new family of smartphones, the TCL 10-Series, and if you thought 5G would be priced out of your pocket then thing again. The TCL 10 5G, TCL 10 Pro, and TCL 10L are all making their debut at CES 2020 this week, and all three will be priced at under $500 when they go on sale later this year.

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TCL WQ is a 240Hz gaming tablet screen with a punch-hole cutout

TCL WQ is a 240Hz gaming tablet screen with a punch-hole cutout

TCL may be trying to revive its name in the smartphone market but its brand is perhaps better known for display panels, especially those used on its own TVs. The company might be trying to raise its profile and merge those two worlds together with a new display that's clearly aimed at a mobile gaming market. Strangely enough, it has one feature that could irk some gamers instead.

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TCL foldable phone prototype dares to dream big with two folds

TCL foldable phone prototype dares to dream big with two folds

As much as foldable phones are a hot topic, they're also almost impossible to get perfect. Even without considering the fragility of the foldable screens themselves, two (or three) of the existing implementations have their respective drawbacks, like the Galaxy Fold's need for a smaller external screen or both its and the Huawei Mate X's square-ish unfolded shape. TCL is aiming to solve exactly those problems by adding one more hinge that could, of course, also be one more point for failure.

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TCL 8-Series 4K QLED Quantum Contrast Roku TVs arrive for preorder

TCL 8-Series 4K QLED Quantum Contrast Roku TVs arrive for preorder

The television company best known for its Roku Smart TVs has just launched its 8-Series models at Best Buy. TLC has packed a number of notable features into its latest series, including Quantum Dot and Quantum contrast tech and Mini-LED backlights. The company is offering its new series in two large sizes, 65-inch and 75-inch, both with 4K resolutions and Roku OS built-in. The models went up for pre-order today.

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TCL PLEX packs some unique features in a mid-range phone

TCL PLEX packs some unique features in a mid-range phone

It has been making phones under different brands like BlackBerry and Alcatel but TCL might have finally decided it's time for it to return to the mobile market. After all, it boasts of being the world's no.2 TV maker and all those years making phones for others may have given it an idea or two. That's exactly what it's trying to bring to the already crowded smartphone market with the TCL PLEX that, it says, brings its display expertise to an industry that's increasingly obsessed with screens.

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TCL is making a foldable tablet under its own name

TCL is making a foldable tablet under its own name

You may no longer remember or even consider TCL as a smartphone maker. Once upon a time, the company better known for its TVs did put out rather forgettable handsets in the market. Of late, its name gets mentioned in smartphone news as the actual hands behind the most recent Alcatel and BlackBerry phones. Next year, however, TCL might be back in action with no less than five mobile devices, one of which is a tablet that folds into a smartphone and vice versa.

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TCL 8-Series Roku TVs get 2019 QLED and mini-LED as 8K nears

TCL 8-Series Roku TVs get 2019 QLED and mini-LED as 8K nears

Budget-friendly television company TCL has announced its latest lineup of Roku Smart TVs, revealing that its 2019 6- and 8-Series models will feature Quantum Dot (QLED) tech with a 100-percent DCI-P3 color volume alongside a 'powerfully bright' background. In addition, the company is updating its 5-Series line, including it with the other two product lines to offer 'Fullview' and more.

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BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition gets striking look and storage bump

BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition gets striking look and storage bump

There may not be a brand new BlackBerry phone for Mobile World Congress this year, but there is a new color, with the BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition adding a striking hue to the line-up of QWERTY phones. The new finish joins the fairly sober silver and black versions of the KEY2 that have been on sale for some time now.

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TCL DragonHinge wants affordable folding phones and more in 2020

TCL DragonHinge wants affordable folding phones and more in 2020

TCL doesn't have a folding phone yet - but it does have the hinge for one. In fact, the new TCL DragonHinge paves the way for a whole new line-up of folding, flexible form-factors, spanning through wearables through to smartphones and tablets.

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TCL patents a foldable phone that turns into a wristband

TCL patents a foldable phone that turns into a wristband

This is probably the year of the foldable smartphones, or at least the year that everyone starts talking about real products rather than just ideas. While Samsung and Huawei may be leading the pack, that's not to say others don't have their own say in the matter. TCL, a known brand when it comes to displays, smartphones, and TVs, has some ideas of its own and has, in fact, patented five of them in one swoop. Four of those designs may already look familiar and old to some, but the fifth is somewhat novel in that it wants to put your smartphone directly on your wrist.

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