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Leak: TCL’s new phone turns into a tablet without folding

We’re living in a new era for phone design. We’ve seen phones with bendable displays that fold horizontally and vertically, folding phones with dual screens, and phones with screens hidden on their backside. But I can’t for the life of me figure out how this TCL concept phone – leak courtesy of CNET –  is able to expand to a normal size to an honest-to-goodness tablet. Unlike the myriad of folding phones we’ve seen so far, this TCL concept actually has an extendable screen. CNET‘s Jessica Delaco...
Tags: Startups, Cnet, Insider, Tcl, Plugged, Jessica Delacourt


TCL is working on an expandable phone with a ‘scroll-style’ sliding display

These images that were leaked to CNET show that TCL could have possibly unveiled the most interesting phone of the year in a week. You’re looking at the world’s first phone with a sliding/scrolling flexible display courtesy TCL, which they would debut at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona. Sadly the trade show was canceled on account of concerns regarding the Coronavirus outbreak in China, but that hasn’t stopped TCL from getting everyone’s eyes on this new breed of smartphone.Think of...
Tags: Design, China, Barcelona, Cellphones, Mobile World Congress, Cnet, Product Design, Tcl, Sliding Display, Sliding Phone


TCL's Slide-Out Concept Phone Is a Neat Twist On Foldables

Back at CES 2020, alongside a new family of mainstream smartphones, TCL showed off a foldable phone concept similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Fold. But now, it seems like that device may have just been a teaser for an upcoming slider phone concept featuring a hidden extendable screen. Read more...
Tags: Science, Samsung, Concepts, MWC, Tcl, Flexible Displays, Mwc 2020, Bring Back Slider Phones, Slider Phones


TCL concept phone with slide-out screen press images surface

With more and more phones coming with foldable displays, both along the horizontal and vertical axis, TCL has supposedly gone another route and built a concept phone that incorporates a slide-out display instead. The idea behind the design is to have a tablet experience on a regular phone once the screen is pulled out. TCL was initially planning to showcase a working prototype of the concept device during MWC 2020. But since the show was cancelled after the Coronavirus outbreak, TCL may h...
Tags: News, Blogging, Rumors, Tcl, Samsung Galaxy Fold, TCL screen slide out concept phone


What to expect from smartphone makers now that MWC 2020 is canceled

From LG to Huawei to Oppo and others, we have the latest details on their MWC-less plans
Tags: Apple, Google, Android, Mobile, Wearables, News, Roundup, Samsung, Trends, Barcelona, Xiaomi, Sony, Lg, Huawei, Qualcomm, 5g


Images of TCL’s slide-out display smartphone surface in wake of MWC cancellation

This morning brought a look at some of what we’re missing at this year’s Mobile World Congress. The show may have been called off on account of coronavirus concerns, but the news goes on. We knew that TCL was planning to show off a number of “alternative” smartphone form factors, and one just showed up on CNET. The device presents a promising take on the world of expandable screens, with a kind of slide out display that expands the standard smartphone into something more akin to a tablet. ...
Tags: Mobile, Hardware, Tech, MWC, GSMA, Cnet, Tcl, Foldables, Mwc 2020


Get A Really Decent 55" 4K TV For The Incredible Price of $270

TCL 55S425 55 inch 4K Smart LED Roku TV | $270 | WalmartRead more...
Tags: Deals, Kinja Deals, Science, Tcl, Walmart Deals, Tcl Deals


Samsung just revealed a foldable flip phone that looks like the classic Motorola Razr — here's what it can do

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip on Tuesday, a new foldable smartphone that resembles a flip phone. The Galaxy Z Flip has a 6.7-inch screen and will be launching on February 14 for $1,380. It's a completely different form factor than last year's Galaxy Fold, which is more expensive at nearly $2,000 and has a larger screen that unfolds to become a tablet.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Samsung announced the Galaxy Fold only a year ago, but it's already showing off a new...
Tags: Motorola, Samsung, Trends, Nasa, Tcl, Motorola Razr


HDR can make your 4K TV look brighter and more colorful than ever — here's everything you need to know about this must-have display feature

High Dynamic Range (HDR) enables TVs to produce better contrast, brighter images, and more colors than ever before. There are three main HDR formats: HDR10, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision. 4K TVs with HDR are available from LG, Sony, Samsung, Vizio, TCL, and more. You can watch HDR movies on 4K Ultra Blu-ray discs and streaming services, like Disney Plus, Amazon Prime Video, and Netflix. With the jump from HD to 4K and now 8K, TVs have enjoyed a sharp upgrade in detail — but the number of pixels on...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, US, Samsung, Trends, Panasonic, Lg, Vizio, Dolby Vision, Hdr, Tcl, Sdr, Sony LG, Disney Plus Netflix, LG Sony Samsung Vizio TCL, Disney Plus Amazon Prime Video


TCL Came Out of Nowhere To Capture the US TV Market. Up Next: Cheap Phones.

After capturing the U.S. television market with aggressively priced Roku TVs, China's TCL wants to replicate that success with inexpensive phones, IoT devices and connected appliances -- and in the process, turn its still relatively unknown brand into a household name. In other words: TCL wants to be the next Samsung. From a report: It won't be easy. The phone market, TCL's next target, is firmly dominated by Apple and Samsung and hard to penetrate for newcomers. The company also faces headwinds...
Tags: Apple, China, US, Samsung, Tech, Barcelona, Roku, Huawei, Mobile World Congress, Guangdong, Trump, Tcl, U S Tv


TCL and Sony drop out. Will coronavirus cancel MWC 2020 in Barcelona?

More companies are canceling MWC 2020 appearances. Will others follow, and will MWC 2020 still take place?
Tags: Android, Mobile, News, Trends, Barcelona, Sony, Lg, Mobile World Congress, Tcl, Mwc 2020, Coronavirus, Mwc2020


The BlackBerry may be dead, but others are lining up to take its place

In a world of virtual keyboards, who's keen for some keypress fun? Some time later this year, a TCL staffer will press the red button on the Blackberry brand phones production line and, unless another firm takes the reins, it'll be the end of the road for the humble BlackBerry.…
Tags: Software, Tcl


Iconic phone brand BlackBerry faces extinction as manufacturer loses licence

Iconic smartphone brand BlackBerry may be disappearing for good.TCL Communication, the Chinese company that currently licenses and manufactures BlackBerry smartphones, posted a statement on Twitter saying that their three-year... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Tcl


The best TV and streaming player deals for Prime Day 2020 — here's what we expect

Amazon Prime Day 2020 will likely offer plenty of deals on TVs and media players from a variety of companies. Last year's sale included special discounts on displays from Samsung and TCL, as well as Amazon's Fire TV lineup. Check out all of our Prime Day 2020 coverage here for access to even more great deals during the sale. If you want to save now, you can also check out our Deal of the Day and Insider Coupons pages for current discounts on a variety of products. Amazon Prime Day 2020 will b...
Tags: Amazon, Disney, Samsung, Trends, Netflix, Roku, Dolby Vision, Hdr, Amazon Fire TV, Alexa, Tcl, Netflix Hulu, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Alexa Voice Remote, Amazon Fire TV Cube, Fire TV Cube


TCL 40″ Smart LED Roku TV Giveaway

This smart TV gives you amazing access to thousands of film and TV shows and it is so user friendly and easy to use! The LED screen gives you an amazing picture quality. So perfect for movie night! – Jaden TCL 40S325 40 Inch 1080p Smart LED Roku TV (2019) Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 35.6 X 20.5 X 2.9 inches, TV with stand: 35.6 X 22.7 X 7.2 inches Smart functionality delivers all your favorite content with over 500, 000 movies and TV episodes, accessible...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Giveaways, Anthropology, Alexa, Tcl, Jaden, HDCP, HDMI ARC


The company keeping BlackBerry phones alive will stop selling them later this year, marking the final nail in the coffin for the once-dominant phone brand

TCL Communication, the electronics maker that distributes BlackBerry's current smartphones, said it will stop selling BlackBerry phones later this year. The company no longer retains the rights to sell, design, or manufacture BlackBerry phones as of August 31, the company said. But it will still support the current portfolio of BlackBerry devices through February 2022. It marks the end of an era for BlackBerry, which has struggled to maintain a presence in the mobile phone industry as the iPho...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Trends, Huawei, Tcl, Bbm, Samsung Huawei, BlackBerry Mobile


Bye-bye, BlackBerry? When the phones may finally disappear for good

TCL Communication said it will no longer sell BlackBerry-branded mobile devices as of this summer. TCL will support existing phones until mid-2022.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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BlackBerry Phones Could Disappear as TCL Partnership Ends

The brand keeping BlackBerry phones alive across most of the globe, TCL Communications, plans to stop selling BlackBerry phones later this year. From a report: In a tweet this morning, TCL announced that it "will no longer be selling" BlackBerry-branded phones as of August 31st, 2020, because it will no longer have the rights to design and manufacture them. Existing devices will continue to be supported. BlackBerry decided in 2016 to stop making its own phones, after years of failures, and to li...
Tags: Tech, Tcl, TCL Communications


One Sad Tweet May Have Just Signaled the Death of BlackBerry Phones

There hasn’t been a new BlackBerry phone since the Key2 LE (which is basically a slightly cheaper and slower version of the original Key2) came out in the summer of 2018. But now the entire future of BlackBerry phones is in question following a tweet from the official BlackBerry Mobile account. Read more...
Tags: Science, Smartphones, BB, Blackberry, Tcl, Consumer Tech, BlackBerry Mobile, Rip Blackberry, Bb Key2, BlackBerry Phones


BlackBerry phones are dead…. again

BlackBerry phones are dead. Again. I’m feeling a bit of déjà vu. In a quiet announcement on Twitter, TCL announced it would stop selling BlackBerry devices starting August 31, at the conclusion of its license. The company “has no further rights to design, manufacture, or sell any new BlackBerry mobile devices,” though the company says it will continue to honor warranties until 2022. pic.twitter.com/jhcfVHjVqL — BlackBerry Mobile (@BBMobile) February 3, 2020 In case you’re confused about what TCL...
Tags: Startups, Insider, Tcl, Plugged


The BlackBerry in your junk drawer is now a collectors' item: TCL says no more new keyboard-clad phones

End of an era in mobe design The humble BlackBerry (by TCL™) is dead. At least in its current incarnation.…
Tags: Software, Tcl


Daily Crunch: Hulu CEO steps down

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Hulu restructures under Disney, CEO Randy Freer departs Hulu CEO Randy Freer is stepping down from his role as part of a major restructuring of Disney’s streaming business. The move signals Disney’s plans to streamline its direct-to-consumer operations, which also include Disney+ and ESPN+. Disney took...
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TCL will stop making BlackBerry smartphones from August 31, 2020

Back in 2016 BlackBerry signed a deal with China’s TCL Communication to give it exclusive rights to sell BlackBerry-branded phones in most countries after it ended all internal hardware development to focus on software development, including security and applications. Today the company has announced that starting August 31, 2020, TCL Communication will stop selling BlackBerry-branded mobile devices and has no further rights to design, manufacture or sell any new BlackBerry mobile devices. How...
Tags: News, China, Blogging, Blackberry, Tcl, BlackBerry Limited, TCL Communication


BlackBerry breaks up with phone-maker TCL

Chinese phone-maker TCL will no longer produce BlackBerry-branded smartphones.
Tags: Tech, Tcl


BlackBerry and TCL will end their handset partnership in August 2020

Big changes ahead for BlackBerry and TCL at a time when the smartphone market continues to see slowing growth. The two announced today that they would end their four-year brand licensing and tech support partnership in August 2020, with TCL ceasing to make new models of BlackBerry handsets after then, but continuing to support models that are already in the market for two years after, until August 31, 2022. “We…regret to share… that as of August 31, 2020, TCL Communication will no longer be sell...
Tags: Startups, TC, Asia, Indonesia, Nokia, US, Xiaomi, Huawei, Alcatel, Tcl, TCL Communication


I switch between iPhone and Android whenever I want without losing anything — here's the very simple way I do it (AAPL, GOOGL)

It's easier than ever before to switch between iPhone and Android. You don't have to lose your stuff, and it's easy to make sure you don't. Here's how I do it! Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Don't believe what you hear — switching between iPhone and Android is actually quite easy. I should know: I've been writing about technology for the past eight years, and I've switched between a dozen different smartphones in that time. Whether I'm using an iPhone or an Android phone,...
Tags: Apple, Google, Lyft, Trends, MacBook Air, Google Photos, Google Contacts, Samsung Galaxy, Tcl, Don, GOOGL, Mario Run, Apple Contacts


Photos: Kobe Bryant left a lasting impression at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood

Kobe Bryant’s hand and footprints displayed at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Monday, January 27, 2020. Kobe Bryant’s hand and footprints at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Monday, January 27, 2020. Bryant and his daughter Gianna along with seven other people were killed in a helicopter crash. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Cassius Wilson, San Bernardino, looks at Kobe Bryant’s hand and footprints at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Monday, Januar...
Tags: Hollywood, Sport, Soccer, Kobe Bryant, Local News, Tcl, Bryant, Gianna, Los Angeles Daily News, Hans Gutknecht, Photos And Videos, Los Angeles Daily News SCNG, SCNG Cassius Wilson San Bernardino


TCL's true wireless earbuds fall squarely in the budget category

The first thing that comes to mind when you hear TCL may be affordable TVs or soundbars. However, the brand has a hand in the world of audio too, with products like the SOCL500TWS true wireless earbuds. These cumbersomely named true wireless earbuds come in several colors and offer impressive battery life.
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This 55-inch TCL 4K TV is on sale for only $300 ahead of Super Bowl 2020

If you're looking for a 4K TV so you can watch the Big Game in 4K Ultra HD with HDR, then look no further.
Tags: Deals, Trends, Home Theater, Hdr, Tcl, 4k TV, TV deals, 4K TV deals, TCL 4-series, TCL 4-Series 4K TV, Super Bowl TV Deals


How to choose the right Roku streaming box or stick for your TV watching habits

Insider Picks writes about products and services to help you navigate when shopping online. Insider Inc. receives a commission from our affiliate partners when you buy through our links, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Roku is a company that makes popular media players that turn your regular TV into a smart TV — all you need is an internet connection. Roku uses a simple interface that lets you access different streaming apps to watch your favorite ...
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