TCL is bringing its smartphones and foldable devices to IFA this week ahead of their 2020 launch.
The company is also premiering a new wearable display called Project Archery that “brings a 100-inch cinematic viewing experience to a device about the size of most sunglasses.” And of course, 5G devices.
TCL is utilising displays from its sister company CSOT, with the Dotch display and DragonHinge system in its foldable devices that we saw at MWC earlier this year.
“As one of the leading display manufacturers in the world, TCL will focus on bringing our multimedia expertise to our mobile products. More importantly, together with our TCL sister companies, we’re going beyond just mobility and looking ahead with a complete end-to-end consumer electronics brand supported by an entire ecosystem of TCL devices,” said Stefan Streit, general manager, global marketing at TCL communication.
“We see our new line of TCL mobile products as the hub of our growing portfolio of consumer electronics, creating more engaging experiences for our customers in and out of the home,” said Shane Lee, general manager, global product centre at TCL communication.
“By continuing to leverage TCL’s vertical integration and product ecosystem, we’re able to focus on innovating and creating a true flagship mobile brand under TCL, while at the same time delivering the accessibility and quality our customers around the world have come to expect from us.”
This post originally appeared on Gizmodo UK, which is gobbling up the news in a different timezone.
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