TCL unveiled the world's first smartphones with NXTPAPER technology
TCL introduced NXTPAPER technology several years ago. Screens with this technology are designed to reduce glare, reduce the negative impact on vision, and provide comfort to the eyes while maintaining vivid colors.
This technology was used only in the company's tablets, but now it is available for branded smartphones. The first devices with vision protection technology were TCL 40 NXTPAPER and 40 NXTPAPER 5G models.
The TCL 40 NXTPAPER features a large 6.78-inch IPS display with FHD+ resolution, 20.5:9 aspect ratio and 90 Hz refresh rate. It has a special e-book mode that uses gray shades to reduce eye strain while reading. The gadget can be used as a notepad using an optional case with the branded T-Pen stylus.
The smartphone is based on MediaTek Helio G88 processor, which is paired with 8 Gb RAM and 256 Gb storage. Support for microSD cards and dual SIM cards is provided. The triple main camera includes a 50MP (1/2.76″) module, a 5MP wide-angle sensor (115° field of view) and a 2MP macro module. The resolution of the front camera is 32MP. The equipment also includes a 5010 mAh battery with 33W fast charging support, stereo speakers with support for DTS 3D Boom Sound technology and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
TCL 40 NXTPAPER 5G has a 6.6 inch screen with HD+ resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio and 90 Hz refresh rate, MediaTek Dimensity 6020 processor, 6 Gb RAM and 256 Gb internal memory. There is also microSD card support and dual SIM support.
The main camera is the same as the 4G version of the smartphone, but instead of a wide-angle sensor there is a 2MP depth sensor. The resolution of the selfie camera is 8MP. The 5000 mAh battery supports 15W fast charging. The smartphone has no stereo speakers (only one speaker) and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Price TCL 40 NXTPAPER is € 200, the device will be available in Europe in September. TCL 40 NXTPAPER 5G for €250 will go on sale in October. Both models are expected to be released in other regions by the end of the year.
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