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TCL has begun teasing its first foray into the area of 5G-connected phones. Unfortunately, the TCL 10 5G won't be full revealed until late February.
The 4G-ready flip phone runs KaiOS, and supports Google Assistant voice control and the KaiStore for downloading third-party apps.
TCL has introduced a number of Alcatel devices at the annual IFA trade show in Germany. Among them are two budget-friendly phones, the 3X and 1V.
TCL Communications has stepped out from behind the curtain to introduce its own branded handset, the Plex. Here's what you need to know about it.
BlackBerry has been on a comeback tour with its Key series phones that last few years. Unfortunately, the latest Key2 LE may not live up to its siblings.
TCL is targeting budget shoppers this holiday season with the new Alcatel 1X Evolve which just launched at Metro by T-Mobile.
TCL has brought back BlackBerry and now Palm. They stayed true to BlackBerry but they missed the mark with not making a Palm Pilot.
The new Android Go Oreo-powered Alcatel 3T from TCL looks to shake up the budget Android tablet market - but will it be relevant?
BlackBerry and TCL are back with a new midrange phone the BlackBerry Key 2 LE that shares the same style as the KEY 2 except with more colors and at a cheaper price.
Palm is expected to launch a comeback smartphone this year. And according to a recent leak, the product will be a low-end affair with minimal specs.
TCL is all set to revive Palm this year. And according to a new Bluetooth SIG filing, the company's first comeback handset might be called Pepito.
Matt and Andrew take on the BlackBerry Key2, the new smartphone just announced from TCL. What makes it so special, if anything at all? Tune in to find out!
The unlocked smartphone comes to Amazon starting in late May, followed by Best Buy and Walmart. Compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile, and other GSM networks, the budget friendly phone features a massive 6-inch display.
A study by Security Research Labs led the firm to contend that various Android manufacturers have been falsely assuring consumers their device security is current when, in fact, no such update was ever applied.
It's happening! According to a new report, TCL and Verizon are partnering up to launch a new Palm smartphone with Android, coming later this year.