TCL Pro 10 Review

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Currently, there are several smartphones available in the market, but which one to get? The TCL Pro 10 is one of the newest smartphones available in the market today. This smartphone is a product of TCL and is powered by Android. It is available in two colors and it was introduced on April 6, 2020. It also comes with a Nxtvision AMOLED display and a fingerprint sensor.

Quad-lens camera system

Despite the fact that TCL Pro 10 is a lower mid-range smartphone, it does offer a solid camera that can compete with the more expensive mid-range phones. This is thanks to its quad-lens camera setup.

The quad-lens camera system on TCL Pro 10 offers an impressive combination of super wide-angle, ultrawide, and macro lenses. These lenses have different apertures and can produce a full-sized, 64-megapixel image.

The main lens on TCL Pro 10 has an f/1.8 aperture. This means that the images can be quite detailed, but they can also be a bit sloppy. However, the AI system on the camera helps to compensate for this issue and is able to pick up on various scene types. It can also adjust color and exposure automatically. However, it’s not as good as the AI system used by competitors like Huawei and Xiaomi.

The TCL Pro 10 camera is also capable of taking passable nighttime shots. This is thanks to its dedicated low-light lens. In addition, it has two LED flashes on both sides of the camera. Both of these flashes are designed to emit twice as much light as a single-tone flash. This improves color balance and makes the images look more natural.

Nxtvision AMOLED display

Among the latest TCL phones is the TCL Pro 10 which comes with a 6.47-inch Nxtvision AMOLED display. The Nxtvision AMOLED display uses HDR 10 technology and has a full HD resolution. The display is also quite good at rendering black levels. It does have some issues with light and color. The Adaptive Tone feature, which adjusts color temperature to your environment, helps to improve the picture.

It’s not quite the same as the display on the iPhone SE, which can be cranked up to 625 nits, but it’s a solid performer for a phone in its price range. It also has some cool features, such as Eye Comfort Mode, which reduces the amount of blue light.

TCL 10 Pro has a fingerprint sensor on the display, which can be unreliable at times. In other words, it’s not as dependable as it claims to be. The scanner works fast, but it can also miss your finger position.

Fingerprint sensor

Having a fingerprint sensor is a great way to make sure your phone is safe. They can verify your identity in seconds. It is also a great way to make sure you have a unique password.

The TCL Pro 10 is an Android-powered smartphone with a lot of features. You can connect up to four Bluetooth speakers and even launch a note on the go. There’s also a Smart Key feature. It’s a dedicated button that can launch Google Assistant.

The TCL 10 Pro is a solid smartphone, and the display is clear and vibrant. It isn’t the most compact handset on the market, but it isn’t overly bulky either.

Its cameras aren’t as good as the ones on Samsung’s phones, but they’re still pretty solid. The smartphone also has a 3.5mm headphone jack and Qualcomm 18W Quick Charge 3.0.

The TCL Pro 10 isn’t the cheapest phone around, but it’s worth checking out. It’s also the first TCL device to be released in the UK. The company is hoping to compete with Huawei and other Chinese OEMs who are flooding the western market.

Netflix certification

Previously, the Asus ROG Phone II was listed by Netflix for HDR10 support. Now the TCL 10 Pro has joined the list. It has a 6.47-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with HDR10 certification. It has a curved body and an in-display fingerprint sensor.

TCL has shown early units of the 10 series at CES. It is the first full-fledged smartphone line by TCL. It costs less than $500 and offers similar features to a more expensive flagship. It features a 64-megapixel AI quad-camera system with a Super Wide-Angle Camera. It also has a 123-degree wide-angle lens.

The TCL 10 Pro features a large 4,500mAh battery, which is more than enough to last 10 hours and 47 minutes in Tom’s Guide’s battery test. It has a 64-megapixel main sensor and a 24-megapixel selfie camera. It has an in-display fingerprint sensor and an AI algorithm that automatically adjusts color and exposure. It has a matte etched glass back.

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