The TCL 10 Series is officially on its way to the United States. The new smartphones were announced back in April, and are the first phones to appear under the TCL Mobile brand.
The 10 Series includes the TCL 10 Pro and TCL 10L, both of which will be available through Amazon as of May 19. The phones will then hit store shelves at Best Buy and Walmart later in the month. The TCL 10 Pro will retail for $499.99, while the TCL 10L will go for $249.99. The 10 Series also includes the TCL 10 5G, although that phone will not debut until later in the year.
With the launch, TCL will follow through on its initial promise to deliver the 10 series in the second quarter of 2020. The 10L and the 10 Pro will arrive in Canada at some point in the summer.
“Products can be affordable without sacrificing features or quality,” said TCL Communication General Manager and SVP Eric Anderson. “Our history of manufacturing mobile devices, along with our display-manufacturing expertise, help us create a unique product experience while still offering affordable solutions and options.”
The 10 Pro comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor, which will only add to the growing in-display authentication trend in mobile devices. Both the 10L and the 10 Pro boast a quad rear camera setup and feature TCL’s NXTVISION display technology.