TCL Phone Review

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If you’re looking for a cheaper phone, consider a TCL. While they don’t have the latest and greatest features, they are surprisingly affordable. It’s also worth considering if you don’t need all the bells and whistles. We’ll cover TCL 30 SE, TCL 10 Pro, TCL 10L, and TCL 30 Z in this TCL Phone Review.

TCL 30 SE

The TCL 30 SE 64GB Grey is a smartphone made for Android users. It comes with 64000 MB of internal storage space and 4096 MB of working memory. It supports 4G connectivity and Bluetooth version 5.0. Users who are looking for a phone that is compatible with 4G networks should consider this one.

The device’s fingerprint reader is located on the side, which many users prefer. It has limited capabilities, though. It’s hard to use it if you can’t find the button, and you’ll need to unlock the phone in order to scan your finger. Also, there’s no keyboard.

While it may not be as powerful as some of its competitors, the TCL 30 SE is still quite a capable phone for everyday use. It can handle simple tasks, such as browsing the web and watching YouTube videos, but you won’t find it suitable for intensive gaming. However, if you’re looking for an affordable, portable phone, this device is a great option.

TCL 10 Pro

The TCL 10 Pro is a new Android smartphone, announced on 6 April 2020. Available in black and white, this device has a lot to offer. It features a 6.2-inch Full HD display and has a rear-facing camera. Its price is around $500, which is less than most phones on the market.

In a TCL 10 Pro phone review, we’ll talk about how this phone performs. It runs on a Qualcomm 675 processor with 6GB of RAM. We found it to perform well, even when switching camera lenses and playing graphically intensive games. We experienced no lags in our tests, and we didn’t encounter any syncing problems. The phone runs Android 10, and TCL promises a major upgrade to Android 11 in the near future.

The TCL 10 Pro is an impressive smartphone for anyone who loves photography and video. While it lacks the advanced technology of Samsung and Nokia, its camera is more than adequate for its price. Whether you want to create home movies, create short films, or just tell a story, the TCL 10 Pro is a great choice.

TCL 10L

The TCL 10L is a phone with an octa-core, 6 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of storage. It is a powerful smartphone with a lot of features, and a great price to boot. But is it worth it? Here is a review of the phone to find out.

The TCL 10L is a traditional smartphone, but it runs on Android 10. It features a big 6.53-inch screen and a cutout for the 16-megapixel front-facing camera. The left-hand side of the phone also features a customizable “smart key” for accessing apps and summoning Google Assistant. The phone is also available in a beautiful Mariana blue color that adds flashy patterns under sunlight.

The TCL 10L looks and feels similar to many other mid-range phones, with the exception of a fingerprint sensor and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It has a single microphone and a USB-Type C port and is equipped with a speaker. Its right side sports the power button and volume rocker, while the left side has a “Smart Key” that can be programmed to perform different functions.

TCL 30 Z

The TCL 30 Z phone is a solid mid-range with a 6.08-inch HD+ V-Notch display, NXTVISION technology, and Google Lens functionality. It has a powerful 8MP rear camera with Google Lens, a portrait mode, and face beauty for beautiful selfies. It runs on the MediaTek Helio A22 chipset for smooth performance and an excellent connection. Its battery life is long, and it comes with a generous 32GB of internal memory.

The display on the TCL 30+ is also impressive for a sub-PS200 phone. It features a Full HD+ AMOLED display with a 60Hz refresh rate, which is impressive for this price range. Previously, most sub-PS200 phones had IPS LCD panels, which were limited in brightness and contrast. This new technology is much better at preserving color contrast.

The UI is uninspiring, but it’s not horrible. The TCL UI is a standard vanilla Android, and it’s functional. You can navigate through your menus, and use the app drawer and notifications by sliding up and down.

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