TCL’s 20L+ sets a new standard for quality affordable smartphones

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TCL has expanded its Series 20 of affordable smartphones by adding the new TCL 20L+  – a $399 smartphone with a quad camera and stunning NXTVISION 2.0 display.

The TCL 20L+ joins the TCL 20 SE ($299) and the TCL 20 5G ($499) and is available now from Harvey Norman and Officeworks.

READ THE TECH GUIDE REVIEW OF THE TCL 20 5G

The TCL 20L+ has a 6.67-inch HD+ Dotch display with a 90 per cent screen-to-body ratio.

The TCL NXTVISION technology has SDR to HDR conversion so you’re able to enjoy quality content on the device’s impressive display.

It is actually the first phone to come with TUV Rheinland Circular Polarisation Certification and Low Blue Light Certification which means you can easily see the screen while wearing sunglasses.

There are also a number of viewing options to provide an optimal viewing experience in any conditions.

It has a stylish design with a back panel that features more than a million prismatic pits to create a sparkling and reflective finish that’s resistant to fingerprints.

On the camera side is a quad system with a 64-megapixel, 8-megapixel, two 2-megapixel lenses. On the front is a 16-megapixel backlit selfie camera.

“Today’s launch of the TCL 20L+ reinforces our commitment to bring intelligent display technology and a range of other innovative features to beautifully designed and highly affordable smartphones,” said David Vieira, Director of Product Marketing, South East Asia, TCL Communication.

“When combined with the 20 5G and 20 SE, also available from today, we are giving Australian consumers some compelling options for under $500 from a global leader in screen technology.”

The TCL 20L+ is priced at $399 and is available from Harvey Norman and Officeworks.

Stay tuned to Tech Guide for a review of the TCL 20L+ in the coming weeks.

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