MWC 2018: TCL Unveils New Alcatel Phones and Tablets

MWC 2018: TCL Unveils New Alcatel Phones and Tablets

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TCL formally kicked off Mobile World Congress 2018, introducing its all-new and evolved smartphone portfolio, which features experiences that modernize its Alcatel smartphones, bringing flagship-style features and premium design across the entire lineup.

Alcatel will be the world’s first brand to deliver an immersive 18:9 display experience across each series in the portfolio, series 1, 3 and 5. That is made possible by using custom-built displays by their parent company TCL.

The portfolio also features all-new Alcatel experiences such as Face Key, a facial recognition technology, and enhanced camera options. Additionally, TCL will be offering regular Android security updates, on a minimum quarterly basis, on its most popular smartphones, including its all-new 2018 devices.

The company has also showcased new Alcatel 1T tablet series. With two new compact and portable tablets, 1T 10 and 1T 7, this new series is aimed at being affordably priced while offering simple, sleek designs and the latest Android 8.1 Oreo operating system.

TCL also presented their LTE mobile broadband devices. LINKZONE CAT12 and LINKZONE CAT7 feature lightweight and portable designs, along with significantly improved LTE speeds and battery life.

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