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TCL introduces pair of affordable tablets and teases some intriguing e-ink-like screen tech

IFA 2020 may be virtual, but that's not stopping our favorite mobile tech companies from announcing all their latest hardware. TCL's already enjoyed some success this year with pretty solid budget phones, and now it's turning its attention to tablets, introducing a pair of affordable new slates and sharing word of a low-power screen technology we can hope to see in an upcoming device.

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TCL MTRO200 wireless headphones with 20-hour battery down to $24 ($16 off) with coupon

TCL is a bit under the radar when it comes to audio equipment, but it did make a splash with us earlier this year for its $80 active noise canceling wireless earbuds. Another big hit for people with spare change is the over-ear MTRO200BT headphones — they launched back in spring for $40, but are now even more affordable at 40% off on Amazon.

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T-Mobile's new REVVL 4, 4+, and 5G are sub-$400 phones made by TCL

T-Mobile is updating its own-brand REVVL line of mid-range phones with three new entries, including a 5G phone that costs $400 at full retail. All of them are available from September 4 at T-Mobile on discount and, for the first time, at Metro by T-Mobile.

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Netflix adds HDR10 support for Samsung's latest flagships, plus HD streaming for lesser Samsung devices

As is typical with the weeks following major device releases, Netflix has updated its HD and HDR10 support list with the latest and greatest that phone and tablet manufacturers have to offer. This time around, the list is dominated by Samsung devices, with two TCL phones making it in as well.

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You didn't buy a Samsung Galaxy S20 this spring, research finds

Research house Canalys tracked 31.9 million smartphone shipments in the U.S. for the second quarter, down 5% from last year. Diverging plotlines between the novel coronavirus pandemic and the trade war with China are putting intense pressures on the industry in terms of cost and product strategy.

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Take home a TCL 8 Series 4K HDR TV starting at $1,000 from Best Buy (50% off)

TVs are a gateway to many worlds these days. From watching big budget flicks to DIY YouTube videos, having a capable television is key to getting a top-notch entertainment experience. TCL's 8 Series sets offer premium features like Dolby Vision HDR and built-in Roku capabilities, and now Best Buy is offering 50% off both the 65" and 75" models, with prices starting at $1,000.

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Get 15% off a brand new TCL 10L or 10 Pro

TCL may not be the most well known Android OEM, but its devices usually pack a solid punch for the price. When we reviewed the 10L earlier this year, we called it a very good deal at the retail price. The higher-end 10 Pro didn't fare quite so well, getting dinged in the camera department in particular, but we appreciated the decent performance and battery life. Both phones are even easier to recommend now that they're currently 15% off at Amazon and Best Buy.

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TCL's latest TVs run Android TV, starting at $130

TCL isn't just content to move into the smartphone business. The company is also expanding its now well-known TV lineup to include Android TV-powered models here in the US as well — so far as we're concerned as the Android Police, that's a step up in smarts compared to the previous Roku models. Two new 3-Series Android TV-powered models are available now through Best Buy. And though they aren't the biggest or highest-resolution TVs out there, they are cheap.

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Review: The TCL 10 Pro fails to stand out in a crowded mid-range market

TCL has released plenty of smartphones under the BlackBerry and Alcatel banners, but last year's Plex was the company's first self-branded phone. Next week, two new devices join the young family: the super-cheap TCL 10L and the mid-range TCL 10 Pro. At $449, the 10 Pro gets a lot right — but unpolished UI and shoddy image processing hamper what could have been an interesting player in the budget space.

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TCL 10L review: Stretching what you get for $250

It's not often we get a new name in the Android ecosystem, but following its freshman Plex, TCL is putting its best foot forward with three new phones this year. So far as I'm concerned, it's the budget-oriented TCL 10L that's the star of the lineup. With flagship prices skyrocketing to well over a thousand dollars, this $250 phone better serves a bigger audience. But software is a question — in more ways than one.

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