TCL announces three units making it to the US markets

TCL announces three units making it to the US markets

Sometimes last week, we mentioned how TCL might be planning some new devices to make the market soon. However, they are not slowing down on the units already in the market, looking to take them to new markets.

One of the line-ups that the company has had coming are the April units which, surprisingly, hadn’t made it to the US. Now, the company names which one of those units will be showing up in the United States.

The first on the list is the TCL 20 Pro 5G which comes with a $500 price tag and decent specs to match.

For example, the Snapdragon 750G-powered device is bulled to come with 6GB of RAM and as much as 256GB ROM on some models. The internal storage can be expanded to take on the pictures you would get from a quad camera led by the 48MP sensor. On the front, we have the 32MP snapper to handle things.

Under the hood, the device brings a 4500mAh battery with 18W fast charging options.

That battery is slightly smaller than the 5000mAh option slapped on the TCL 20S, which only brings 4GB of RAM and a maximum 128GB internal storage space. This 6.67-inch unit packs a 16MP front camera and a quad cam starting with 64MP on the back. To be sold at $249, the lack of 5G here will be felt by some users.

Finally, there is the TCL 20 SE for those who want in on this series, but are not willing to spend more than $189 to make it happen. Coming with a 6.82-inch screen instead, the device carries an SD 460 chipset, paired with 4GB RAM and 128GB internal storage too. On the battery front, a 5000mAh pack keeps the light up too.

Of course, all of these units ship with Android 11 out of the box.