TCL Claims New Patent Showcasing an Upcoming Smartphone

TCL has entered the smartphone industry recently with a bunch of smartphones. The smartphone that they debuted with is the TCL Plex that comes with a punch-hole display and a triple camera setup. The Device is launched in a mid-range segment keeping the price moderately.

The company has also announced a couple of smartphones this year, such as TCL 10L and 10 Pro. These devices are also targeted to mid-range segment buyers with Quad-Camera setup and get powered by the Snapdragon processors. The 10 Pro comes with a water-drop notch, and the 10L features a punch-display.

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TCL Upcoming Smartphone’s Patent Details 

The patents of the company’s upcoming smartphone were found by LeakerBaba exclusively. The patents showcase the overall design and display of this unknown smartphone. The images showcase a curved display that doesn’t possess any notches or punch-holes that has a full screen with fewer bezels.

TCL Folding Phone Patent

The upper portion of the smartphone reveals that TCL is planning to include a pop-up camera setup for selfies and video calling purposes. The bottom of the Device shows a SIM tray, a USB Type-C port, and a speaker outlet. There isn’t much information about the naming and specifications of the Device.

TCL previously have introduced a few of their concept smartphones to the media. The smartphones were foldable and had up to three folds. They have also showcased a device that can get into a tablet mode with a smooth slide and vice-versa to mobile mode, and the mechanism is a manual pull-push motion.

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The company is taking its own time investing a lot in research and development to bring more innovative display styles to the smartphone industry. The concepts presented have been praised and discussed among tech enthusiasts over social media platforms. Although, we’re waiting for their debut to the market.

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