The affordable new TCL 20 SE has all of the features associated with an advanced smartphone, along with a superior video entertainment system for those looking to take their A/V experiences on-the-go.
Stunning video performance is delivered via a 6.82-inch, V notch display with 90 percent screen-to-body ratio for a maximized viewing experience, along with a 20.5:9 screen ratio which provides broad, cinematic-like viewing performance in a slim form factor. To take further advantage of the large display, the TCL 20 SE also features a Smart Floating Window, which lets users browse the web or reply to messages while watching videos; the feature is triggered by swiping to the right or left corner, and can be adjusted in size or move to anywhere on the display.
Like the TCL 20 5G, the TCL 20 SE also provides outstanding video playback through SDR-to-HDR technology. And thanks to NXTVISION technology, color, contrast and clarity are all enhanced while videos are being enjoyed in real time. The smartphone's dual speaker design also improves the audio experience—no speakers are blocked when the device is being held in a user's hand—and it is also compatible with Hi-Res Audio certification. To power all of these features, the TCL 20 SE has a Qualcomm octa-core chipset and a 5,000mAh battery. It also comes with On-The-Go reverse charging capability, making it possible to top up the battery of a friend's device or a smaller gadget.
And, while maximized video entertainment and power are the foundations of the TCL 20 SE, the device's quad rear camera comes with AI-powered color portrait and sky enhancement features, which are designed to automatically detect the intended subjects and adjust the background for more beautiful shots. Additionally, the new AI Object Eraser is capable of clearing out people or objects that are in the background.
The TCL 20 SE will be available this month in Nuit Black and Aurora Green across multiple countries for 149EUR.
In the coming weeks, the TCL 20 Series will also expand with at least three additional models, including one more 5G smartphone. Reinforcing TCL's vertically-integrated ecosystem, the new devices will comprise of TCL-built screens, NXTVISION visual experiences, and improved performance and imaging quality. TCL will officially launch these models and share more details later in Q1 2020.
To learn more about TCL Mobile devices, including the TCL 20 Series, please visit http://www.tcl.com/global/en.html