TCL planning to launch the most affordable 5G Smartphones and Tabs on the market

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TCL released its TCL 20 5G back in January last year, TCL now intends to take it up a notch by releasing a device that will be more affordable than its predecessor.

TCL 20 5G released for a price of 299 euros(26,524 INR). The info was revealed by Stefan Streit, the Chief Marketing Officer of TCL Communication, in the global product announcement video for MWC 2021. TCL is doing this with the aim of making 5G affordable for all users.

Apart from being one of the most affordable 5G smartphones yet, the device will feature its NXTVISION display technology and will have a high refresh rate. A promotional clip of the device was released, we get to see a high-performance waterdrop notch, a headphone jack on the top along a triple-camera setup on the rear. It will also feature a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a USB-C port.


The device features a classy dark blue matte paint shade. It appears as the phone will be launched as a part of TCL 20 series.

The TCL 5G smartphone is not only the 5G device that users need to look forward to. TCL has also announced that it will launch a 5G tablet as well. Very little information has been revealed pertaining to this product, we expect it to be released under the TabMax series.

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