Following the successful TCL 10 Pro smartphone (make sure to check our review on how good the phone is), TCL has announced the successor of the series. TCL 20 5G offers the more powerful performance for A$500 while the TCL 20 SE offers more affordability for just A$299.
I especially love how good the TCL 10 Pro display is and glad to know that TCL’s NXTVISION 2.0 is on the new phones. It comes with improved SDR to HDR conversion, enhanced colour calibration and more eye safety features are some of the many features also included.
TCL 20 5G features a large 6.67″ FHD+ Dotch Display with HDR10 video playback and the SDR-to-HDR real time conversion will offer stunning visual experience no matter what content you are consuming on the screen.
It’s powered by an 8nm octa-core Snapdragon™ 690 5G chipset with 4500mAh battery. And like the name suggests, it will support Australia 5G connection. We’ll need to get our hands on a review device before judging on the Quad camera setup.
TCL 20 SE features a 6.82″, V-notch display with 90% screen to body ratio. It also has SDR-to-HDR real time conversion with 5000mAh battery.
For an easy comparison between TCL 20 5G vs TCL 20 SE:
TCL 20 5G retails for A$499 and will be available at Harvey Norman at end of May and Officeworks from June 2021. TCL 20 SE retails for A$299 and will be available at Officeworks in June 2021.