TCL is bringing TVs with Android TV to the United States. In partnership with Google, TCL's televisions featuring Android TV capability will bring the innovation of Google into the home through a simple, helpful entertainment experience displayed on a crisp, high definition screen.
TCL is showcasing the company's latest mobile display innovations with the world's first rollable extendable display smartphone concept in addition to its trifold tablet concept.
TCL has become the latest company to reduce its presence for the MWC 2020 trade show due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.
TCL has unveiled a range of headphones, from in-ear to over-the-ear styles, across four distinctive lines for consumers who want to be different (SOCL), be themselves (MTRO), be healthy (ACTV), and be excellent (ELIT) while listening to music.
With CES 2019 in Las Vegas just a few days away, TCL is preparing to showcase the company's portfolio of mobile and internet devices, in addition to debuting new technologies. As part of TCL's presence at CES, the company will be showing the latest Alcatel smartphones and internet products, as well as debuting the first of its 2019 Alcatel Series smartphones that will include the TCL-made Alcatel Full View Display.
BlackBerry Mobile announced the Android 8.0 Oreo beta update for select users last month and starting today (August 15), the company is finally starting to push the Android 8.0 Stable update to BlackBerry KEYone owners.
The BlackBerry Motion is now available in South Africa via Cellucity. BlackBerry Motion is the first BlackBerry smartphone to offer IP67 water and dust resistance, a new anti-scratch display technology, and the largest battery ever in a BlackBerry.
BlackBerry Mobile has opened two BlackBerry star shops in Shanghai and Nanjing. Both BlackBerry Star Shops will be offering brand display, offline sales, product experience and after-sales service.
Speaking to journalists at a briefing ahead of Mobile World Congress 2018, Francois Mahieu, the chief commercial officer of BlackBerry Mobile, said he hopes to capture 3 percent to 5 percent of the market for premium phones in the next few years.