Chinese electronics company TCL launched a slew of new products in their next-generation AR glasses, smartphones, and tablets lineup.
TCL RayNeo X2 is the company’s next generation AR glasses with binocular full-colour Micro-LED optical waveguide display.
It can be used for smart navigation, auto-translation, photography, filming and music-playing in a regular glasses design.
Major display upgrades of a high contrast ratio of 100,000:1 as well as image brightness of up to 1000 nits make it ideal for both indoor and outdoor usage.
Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 platform, these glasses feature simultaneous localisation and mapping (SLAM) and gesture recognition interaction.
By translating conversations and displaying subtitles from several different languages in real-time, TCL RayNeo X2 can serve as your daily smart assistant.
The TCL NXTWEAR S wearable display glasses features a 130-inch, high-definition screen at four meters away, new-generation dual 1080p Micro OLED displays, and a unique acoustic phase cancellation mode for a cinematic audiovisual experience.
Next is their NXTWEAR V virtual reality glasses which comes with a light and comfortable build and a weight of 236g. Its VR optical module providing 108-degrees field of view and 1512ppi pixel density for improved picture quality and relief from dizziness.
TCL is also expanding its innovative NXTPAPER display technology to new categories with the TCL NXTPAPER 12 Pro tablet and TCL’s first ever 2-in-1 detachable laptop, TCL BOOK X12 Go.
Both devices come with a 12.2-inch 2K NXTPAPER screen and a paper-like display that filters harmful blue light and feature eye protection hardware.
Kicking off TCL’s announcements is the TCL 40 Series or smartphones, including the TCL 40 R 5G, TCL 40 SE, and TCL 408. Each device features enhanced NXTVISION screen technology, long-lasting battery, and 50MP AI-powered camera so customers can enjoy limitless entertainment all day and night.
For ultra-fast 5G, the TCL 40 R 5G packs a 7nm high performance 5G processor.
Other products include the TCL TAB 8 LE which sports an 8-inch HD display, quad-core processor, LTE connectivity and an all-day 4080mAh battery. The 5MP front and rear cameras are ideal for recording videos on holiday or catching up with the team at work on a video call. Dual stereo speakers deliver immersive sound, while the 32GB internal storage packs enough memory for your favorite apps and also supports expandable microSD™ card storage up to 512GB, so saving a whole TV series to watch on the next road trip is convenient and easy.
Availability and pricing for Australia to be announced closer to local launch dates.