TCL kickstarted its TCL 20 lineup at the end of last year and the company is now expanding the series with three new additions – the 20L, 20L+ and 20 Pro 5G. The company says that the displays is what defines them as after all TCL has a lot of experience making all sorts of screens.
Let’s start with the more interesting of the bunch, which is the TCL 20 Pro 5G. It has a stylish curved display featuring a 6.67 FHD+ AMOLED panel. Thanks to an additional chip, the display can do real-time SDR to HDR conversion of videos. The screen is also fine-tuned and can achieve an average dE2000 of less than 1.0, which is to say excellent color accuracy. The heart of the phone is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G.
The main camera on the back has a 48MP sensor and OIS and the 20 Pro 5G also offers a 16MP ultrawide snapper with 123-degree field of view. You also get 5MP macro camera and 2MP depth sensor for portraits and interestingly there’s no camera bump.
The TCL 20L is built around a 6.67-inch FHD+ IPS LCD without cutouts of any sort, which is rather refreshing in 2021. It carries a 48MP main camera in combination with three others.
A 5,000 mAh battery provides the juice supporting fast charging. The fingerprint is side-mounted and doubles as a power key.
There’s also the TCL 20S, but this one is just a 20L with a different chipset for the North American market.
The next on the list is the TCL 20L+ and as the name implies, it comes with beefier specs. For instance, it has a 64MP main camera and has 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage that can be expanded with a 1TB microSD card.
The three handsets are available starting now – the 20 Pro 5G asks €549, the 20L+ goes for €269 and the 20L sells for €229.