New gear from TCL including earbuds, tablet and a smartphone

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TCL Mobile is continuing to build on its range of products available to Australians. While having launched 11 new devices in the past 6 months, the company announced that five new devices including a tablet, earbuds and a low-cost mobile phone will join the local range. TCL says that the trend will continue in 2022, so we can expect to see even more from the brand.

TCL Tab 10S tablet

TCL’s first Australian tablet is called the TAB 10S 2022. This is intended to be a learning and education alternative, so it comes with a stylus and sturdy flip case. There’s a 10 inch NXTVISION screen, which is designed to reduce eyestrain, along with 64GB of memory that is expandable to 256GB. Also included are rear (8MP) and front (5MP) cameras, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, and an all-day 8,000mAh battery. The Tab 10S is priced at $399.

TCL 20 B smartphone

The low-cost TCL 20B smartphone features a 50MP Camera and 6.52 inch HD+ display with TCL’s NXTVISION. The screen has a wide 20:9 aspect ratio and a “mini-notch” to minimise the space needed by the camera. The main camera has a 50 megapixel sensor and includes AI photo enhancements such as Night and Portrait modes. TCL’s 20B includes a 4000mAh battery and is priced at $249.

TCL MOVEAUDIO earbud range

The new MOVEAUDIO range includes three new True Wireless earbuds starting at just $69. The S150 entry model is designed to be comfortable to wear, and produce good audio quality. It features 13mm dynamic coil over speakers, dual Bluetooth 5.0 for simultaneous wireless transmission to each earbud, with just 120ms latency. Calls include noise cancellation to optimise your voice and reduce background noise. There’s voice assistant support, smart touch controls that involve tapping the earbuds, and IPX4 rain and sweat resistance. Battery life is rated at 3.5 hours of listening time and 20 hours with the charging case.

Moving up to the SOCL500 model ($129), you get advanced audio with an Acoustic Pro Panel sound signature. There are 5.8mm drivers for added bass and in-ear noise isolation. Playtime increases to 6.5 hours with 26 hours with the charging case. There’s also a 15 minute fast charge for 1 hour of play time.

Launching our first TCL tablet and a new range of audio is a natural progression for us in Australia, complementing our robust range of smartphones and other innovative devices that are already readily available via our retail and carrier partners. Our goal is to create an ecosystem of connected experiences which simplifies the lives of Australian consumers, pushing the envelope while always keeping value top of mind.”

Joseph Corrente, Channel Manager for TCL Communication Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands.

At the top of the rang are the S600s, for $199. It includes active noise cancellation, designed to reduce ambient noise when listening to audio or making a call. There’s a 6 mic system for amplifying your voice in loud environments. A transparency mode is available so you can stay aware of your surroundings. The Smart Play feature will stop music, podcasts and videos when you remove your buds, and resume when put back in. Battery life increases to 8 hours listening time and 32 hours with the charging case. There’s also dual transmission Bluetooth 5.0, only with a reduced latency of 100ms. Lastly, TCL’s Smart App means you can personalise your listening experience and create customised settings.

MOVEAUDIO S150$69 AUDMobileciti (including Amazon, eBay, Allphones, Dick Smith and other online channels)
MOVEAUDIO SOCL500$129 AUDMobileciti (including Amazon, eBay, Allphones, Dick Smith and other online channels)
MOVEAUDIO S600$199 AUDMobileciti (including Amazon, eBay, Allphones, Dick Smith and other online channels)
TCL TAB 10S 2022$399 AUDBig W, Bing Lee and Mobileciti (including Amazon, eBay, Allphones, Dick Smith and other online channels)
CL 20B$249 AUDJB Hi-Fi, Big W and Mobileciti (including Amazon, eBay, Allphones, Dick Smith and other online channels)

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