IFA, Europe’s premiere consumer tech trade show is barely in full swing and we have already witnessed quite a number of launches. The TCL Plex is one of the few announcements that has come out of IFA and is the first TCL-branded mobile phone for international markets.
The features a hyperboloid glass design with a 3D holographic color design. And much like a number of Android-powered smartphones that we have seen of late, the TCL Plex gets a triple rear camera setup, a rear fingerprint scanner, as well as a punch-hole design upfront. Speaking of the camera details, the TCL Plex has a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 primary camera sensor, coupled with a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a third camera sensor.
The device flaunts a 6.53-inch Full HD dotch notch display with TCL’s NXTVISION technology that enables the clarity, color saturation and contrast of the screen for greatly improved visual detail and distortion. The firm also promises that the TCL Plex family smartphones will come with the exclusive TCL NXTVISION technology for better screen display and shooting performance and the lineup will focus on “Display Greatness” as a new brand concept.
Under the hood, the Plex is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 octa-core with unknown memory configurations.
TCL PLEX smartphone specs
● 6.53-inch FHD+ TCL Dotch screen
● Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor
● 3820mAh battery with the support for Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 fast charging
● 48Mp triple rear cameras
● price: 329 euros
The TCL Plex is expected to boot Android 9 out of the box, however, it comes with a new TCL UI, which allows users to further personalize their smartphones with the “Smart Panel” to suit different navigation habits. This allows for real-time interaction with the TV in the home. The TV can be controlled by the mobile phone touch or voice assistant, and the content played by the mobile phone can be synchronized on the TV screen.
TCL Plex Price
The Plex is available only in black and white, starting at €329 and will hit the shelves later in the year.