Chinese manufacturer TCL, better known as the owner of Alcatel, has unveiled its new smartphone under its own brand. This is the TCL L10 Pro, an entry-level model that gets everything you need, including a large display, a large battery and multiple cameras. But first things first.
To begin with, we propose to discuss the internal filling of the TCL L10 Pro. At the helm is Unisoc’s SC9863A chipset, which has 4GB of RAM. A built-in 128 GB drive is provided for storing digital content. And the battery with a capacity of 4000 mAh is responsible for the autonomy of the smartphone.
The front panel of the new TCL smartphone is equipped with a 6.22-inch LCD display with HD + resolution, a massive chin and a U-notch at the top for a 5-megapixel front camera for selfies and video calling. On the back are three chambers aligned vertically. It is a 13MP main camera flanked by a 5MP ultra wide-angle lens module, a 2MP depth sensor for portraits and dual LED flash. There is also a round-shaped fingerprint scanner on the back for quick and secure unlocking. The smartphone also has a separate 3.5 mm audio jack for connecting headphones. TCL L10 Pro comes with pre-installed Android 10 mobile operating system on board.
As of today, the TCL L10 Pro is only available in Brazil, but there is no doubt that it will only be available in other markets. The device is offered only in one color: black. It has a suggested retail value of BRL 1,299, or around $ 250 at current exchange rates.