Last month, TCL launched its range of Smart TVs in India to take on Xiaomi s Mi TV 4 and Mi TV 4A Smart TVs. Called the iFFALCON 55K2A, iFFALCON 40F2 and iFFALCON 32F2, the Smart TVs are powered by Android 7.0 Nougat OS with Android TV certification and comes with support for Google Play
Leading Chinese TV maker TCL Multimedia has introduced iFFALCON brand in India's highly competitive smart TV market and aims to sell 2 lakh units by the end of this year. iFFALCON is a part of FFALCON Technology Holdings, in which TCL and leading internet content provider Tencent Digital have co-invested. As per its strategy, the
Lately there s been a lot of buzz in the smart TV space in India, and looks like that buzz is just going to get stronger. In what will sound like music to buyers ears, TCL the world s third largest TV brand is set to launch a new smart TV brand in India. And
Television manufacturers in India are looking at boosting domestic manufacturing after the government announced a reduction in customs duty on open cell panels. A 10 percent duty was imposed earlier on these panels which account for two-thirds the cost of assembling LED sets. Open cell panels constitute two-thirds the cost of assembling LED televisions. Now
Alcatel is also joining the 18:9 display trend with the launch of three new smartphones at CES 2018. Alcatel, a sub-brand of TCL, launched three smartphones across three different series with 18:9 full view displays. TCL, which is the third largest LCD panel maker globally and America's fastest growing TV brand confirmed that it will
China-based TCL Communication, which sells Alcatel devices in India, announced at CES 2018 that it will sell Alcatel tablets exclusively through Flipkart. The partnership will make Flipkart an exclusive sales partner for large screen devices in the region, leveraging their expertise to jointly develop, market and distribute Alcatel products. "We hope this partnership turns into
China-based TCL Communication has officially launched BlackBerry "Motion" -- an all-touch smartphone -- that comes with a massive 4,000mAh battery and is said to be similar to the popular BlackBerry "KEYone" sans the physical keyboard. The smartphone sports 5.5-inch full-HD LCD display and is likely to be a mid-range phone equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset paired with 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, an Engadget report said late on Sunday.
Canada-based tech giant BlackBerry announced it has added six new partners in India to design, implement and support its solutions in the country.
BlackBerry Krypton is pretty much new to the rumor mill. We don't really know much about the smartphone. However, what we know is TCL is working on an all-touch smartphone, which has been reportedly named BlackBerry Krypton. Now, a new live image has appeared online that sheds some light on the design details of the upcoming smartphone. Previously, the BlackBerry Krypton has been seen spotted on FCC website and has also gotten Bluetooth and WiFi certifications.
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TCL had earlier revealed its plans to launch a new smartphone in October, and now we may have come across the first set of leaks. The smartphone has reportedly been granted the mandatory clearance from Federal Communications Certification (FCC) in the US. As per the FCC listing, the smartphone is codenamed 'Krypton'.
BlackBerry is back from near extinction courtesy of TCL, and the Chinese brand is set to be responsible for the return of another iconic brand. Reports claim that TCL plans to resurrect the Palm brand, and the first smartphones are expected to be launched in early 2018.
The BlackBerry KEYone was launched reviving the company s classic QWERTY keyboard in an evolving touchscreen era. But BlackBerry is now focusing on delivering another smartphone with a full touchscreen. The smartphone is said to launch sometime around October. TCL s Fran ois Mahieu confirmed the launch of this new BlackBerry device to Engadget.
TCL has launched the BlackBerry KEYone in North America and the company claims to have got significantly high demand for the smartphone on the first day itself. According to Steve Cistulli, President and GM of TCL Communication North America, yesterday was an excellent day for the launch of BlackBerry KEYone, as the customers have been welcoming to the smartphone.
TCL-subsidy Alcatel has launched world s first smartphone to sport a dual-camera setup at the back as well as the front. The smartphone featuring four cameras on board is called Alcatel Flash. The device has seen a rather quiet launch, and for now it is only available in selected regions of Middle East.
BlackBerry has been very mysterious with its upcoming smartphone codenamed Mercury. TCL did show the BlackBerry-branded smartphone at the recently concluded CES 2017 event, and even allowed a hands-on of the device, but its specifications and features are still under wraps. A new leak however claims that the upcoming smartphone is likely to feature one of the best smartphone cameras.
As we expected, a new BlackBerry smartphone has been revealed at CES 2017. But in a rather unexpected turn, the company has chosen to keep nearly all information about the new smartphone under the wraps, including its name. Instead, BlackBerry says everything will be revealed at MWC 2017 next month at Barcelona.
BlackBerry has already confirmed that it is not going to make smartphones anymore. But it certainly does not mean no new BlackBerry-branded smartphones will hit the market. Shortly after announcing that it won t manufacture phones, BlackBerry tied up with TCL to allow the latter to sell BlackBerry-branded smartphones. Now, TCL has confirmed that it is going to launch new BlackBerry-branded devices at CES 2017, which will be held between January 5 and January 8 in Las Vegas.
Chinese TV manufacturer TCL launched its new 65-inch, 4K Ultra HD LED smart TV in India. The set will be available at a special launch offer of Rs 79,990 on Amazon. According to a recent Amazon report, TCL has been named in one of the top three TV selling brands for October.
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