The trio of phones will land in European markets in the coming weeks
TCL has expanded its smartphone portfolio after unveiling a trio of new smartphones today (April 14).
The vendor showcased the TCL 20 Pro 5G, TCL 20L+ and TCL 20L in a virtual launch.
These three phones join the TCL 20 5G and TCL 20 SE, which were announced earlier this year during CES.
The phones were launched during the event with the tagline, ‘Display Greatness’ as TCL continues to expand its mobile business.
“We’re constantly developing new mobile offerings designed to enhance the connection you have with your smartphone, especially while staying connected in a virtual or socially distanced world,” said TCL Communication general manager Stefan Streit.
TCL 20 Pro 5G
The flagship offering of the trio is the TCL 20 Pro 5G (main image), which costs €549 and features a 6.67-inch AMOLED display.
It comes with a quad-camera on the rear, that features a Sony IMX main sensor, while there’s a 32MP front camera.
There is 256GB of internal storage, with micro SD capacity of up to 1TB.
No release date has been confirmed yet, but TCL has said the TCL 20 Pro 5G will arrive in Europe in the coming weeks. Customers will be be able to get the model in either blue or grey.
TCL 20L+ and 20L
Meanwhile the TCL 20L+ is the middle option of the three and arrives at €269 and will be sold in European markets in the coming weeks.
TCL also revealed this model will be launched in North America too.
It features a quad-camera setup that includes a 64MP main camera and again has 256GB of internal storage, with an option to add a 1TB of memory through a micro SD card. It will come in either blue or grey.
And the cheapest of the three is the TCL 20L, which costs €229.
It comes in either blue or black and features a 6.67-inch screen, while also boasting a 5,000mAh battery.
There is a quad-camera setup, with the main snapper 48MP and also has a 16MP selfie camera on the front.
It comes with 128GB of storage and supports micro SD cards up to 1TB.