Review 156: 18.01.2022 at 00:00 am by OTTO.
Let me now discuss a smartphone from TCL from the entry-level category, it is the TCL 10 Plus, which a big size due to its huge and curved screen. At the top, there’s a teardrop notch to house the front facing camera. The device comes with a 4 rear cameras aligned next to each others without any protruding. This gives the device an elegant design.
The screen is AMOLED with 6.47″ size, it comes with curved ends and the screen to body ratio is 93%. The resolution is FHD+ with 398 ppi density, The screen’s brightness reaches up to 600 NITS and it supports HDR10 and AOD, The device comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor that performs very well.
The device comes with a Qualcomm SD 656 CPU with 8 cores and 11nm architecture build. The GPU is the Adreno 610.
The RAM is 6GB and the storage is 256GB. Here’s where the CPU performance is ranked among other competitors. These tests take time to do, The device runs Stock Android 11 with a TCL UI on top of it.
TCL has added a number of features using AI to the UI to make it easier for you to navigate it. The UI also supports the Side App Bar, which you can customize as you prefer, similar to Samsung’s One UI.
TCL also offers NXTVISION feature, This feature significantly enhances the contrast and colors. I advise you to enable it, since the difference is very apparent. The device comes with a 16MP front facing camera, which offers very good performance for selfies, it also comes with 4 rear cameras.
The performance of these cameras is mostly good, There’s a problem with HDR, however, but it could be solved with future software updates, it I snot guaranteed, though. The device comes with a 4500mAh with support to Qualcomm’s QuickCharge 3.
The device supports external storage up to 512GB, it also comes with a headphones jack. The device costs $ 250, which is $ 50 more than the Nokia device. The box include a charger, charging cable, headphones and a cover, but the content might change from a region to another.
The screen is excellent, and the cameras offer different modes with a good performance. The battery also supports quick charging.
The device doesn’t support an IP rating, but is great 🤡
What do you think of this device?🤪
Content Editor, OTTO Magazine Manager.