TCL’s flexible displays are coming next year

March 26, 2019

Patented with DragonHinge technology.

Previewed during last month’s Mobile World Congress, TCL Communications has confirmed that the consumer-ready versions of its flexible display devices that utilize its own DragonHinge technology will release in 2020.

The display was made using custom AMOLED panels provided by CSOT, TCL’s sister company. DragonHinge is a mechanical housing for the device which allows it to bend and be folded in different ways.

Christophe Corsi, General Manager, Middle East, and Africa, TCL Communication said, “We are working towards the launch of our foldable technology next year in the Middle East and across the globe. We have taken a thoughtful approach to go beyond the limitations of traditional hardware and working closely with partners to deliver a seamless and meaningful user experience within a broader product ecosystem. The Alcatel and BlackBerry products launched at MWC this year continue to offer unparalleled user experience in terms of reliability, productivity, security and entertainment options, across price points.”

In addition to that, TCL has also officially introduced the Alcatel 3, Alcatel 1 and Alcatel 1S smartphones that all feature Full View Displays and made with nature-inspired finishes. It comes pre-loaded with Google Assistant, which can easily manage your everyday tasks including daily plans and controlling your smart home devices.

Lastly, the Red Edition of the BlackBerry KEY2 is now officially available. The new color scheme should be a welcome addition to the current line and also packs extra performance with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage space.

by Victor Philip Ortiz
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