TCL joined the MWC 2022 event and introduced a bunch of new tablets.
First, there’s the TCL NxtPaper Max 10. Unlike the new MatePad Paper, this one uses a proper colored screen instead of an e-ink panel. Still, the company boasts that it has multiple layers to have a paper-like feel when reading and writing via the A-Pen stylus.
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It ships with the Android 11 operating system and comes with TCL Kids feature. Other mentioned features include a 10.36-inch FHD+ screen, 8,000mAh battery, and will come with 4G LTE and WiFi-only options.
The NxtPaper Max 10 will be available in select markets starting Q2 for EUR269 (around Php15,400).
For those who are always on the go, there’s the TCL Tab 10s 5G. It’s powered by a 2.4GHz MediaTek octa-core chip with a sub-6 5G modem and a GE8320 GPU. The device will also come with a 10.1-inch FHD+ IPS screen, 4GB/64GB configuration, 8,000mAh battery with 18W charging, 5-megapixel front camera, and 8-megapixel shooter on the back.
Sales starts in the coming months for an SRP of EUR349 (around Php20,000).
If you want something more affordable but still with network connectivity, there’s the TCL Tab 10 FHD 4G. This one is powered by a 4G-only MediaTek octa-core processor with PowerVR GE8320 GPU, 10.1-inch FHD display, 5,500mAh battery, and 10W charging via USB Type-c.
The device also comes with 5-megapixel cameras in front and back and stereo speakers. It will be available in Asian markets this March for EUR199 (around Php11,400).
Lastly, there’s the TCL Tab 10 HD. As the name suggests, it only has a 10.1-inch screen with a 1280 x 800-pixel resolution. On the upside, it shares the same chip with 4G LTE, 5,500mAh battery, 10W charging, and 5-megapixel cameras to the FHD 4G model.
Here’s where it gets confusing. The top-tier 3GB/32GB model will ship with a regular Android 11 operating system. Albeit, getting the slower 2GB/32GB variant means you’re only getting the Android 11 Go Edition. Price starts at EUR180 (around Php10,300).