In Barcelona this week, the Mobile World Congress is showcasing various new mobile products from global tech brands. TCL unveiled five new smartphones this week, among them a 5G model with an AMOLED display and 50-megapixel cameras as standard.
In Australia, TCL’s new lineup will be released in the near future, but the price and release date have not been announced. However, based on the European pricing, you can expect around $380-$400 for the 5G model.
In the new range, the TCL 30 is the base model. It has a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display and a 50-megapixel camera, as is standard. In addition to facial unlock and a side fingerprint sensor, the TCL 30’s memory can be expanded up to 1TB using a microSD card. The 5000mAh battery for the new range is also standard. The exceptions are the 30+ and 5G, which have 5010mAh batteries – more than enough for most users.
As the name implies, this is a boosted version of the 30. It also has a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, along with a 13MP ultra-wide front camera. It has a triple-lens main camera and 120GB of expandable storage on the back.
TCL 30 5G
TCL 30 5G is the only handset in the new range that supports 5G, and it has a 50-megapixel HDR Triple Cam camera. On the back of the 30+ and the 5G models are three cameras: a standard 50MP camera, a depth camera, and a macro lens.
TCL 30 SE and TCL 30 E
The SE and the E both fall into the budget-friendly category. Additionally, the SE supports dual-SIMs and accepts micro-SD cards. On the back, both models also have a fingerprint sensor. The 30 E is a pocket rocket because it is easy on the wallet and boasts a variety of features for a compact mobile phone. There are two main differences between the SE and the E model, specifically storage space and camera quality. The SE offers more space and a slightly better front and rear camera.