TCL’s most recent tablets include an improved version of the company’s colour paper-like display technology

This year, TCL is returning to Mobile World Congress with several new functional and affordable products. The business has created a new version of its color paper-like screen technology called NXTPAPER 2.0, among other things.

TCL gave it's color paper-like display tech an upgrade for its latest tablets_

TCL claims that NXTPAPER 2.0 has 150 percent greater brightness with up to 500 nits compared to the previous model, making it simpler to use outdoors during the day (the anti-glare tech should help too). According to the manufacturer, the technique goes beyond TÜV-certified blue light reduction standards because of hardware-level filtering. The technology, according to TCL, can help safeguard your eye health while preserving color accuracy and preventing screen yellowing. The screen’s color temperature will automatically change depending on the time and surroundings.

NXTPAPER 2.0 will soon be available on a brand-new tablet. The Android 13 tablet, which runs on an octa-core processor, has an 11-inch, 2K display. TCL claims it includes a function dubbed AI Visual Boost that makes colors “bolder and more lifelike.” It boasts twin mics, four speakers, an 8,000mAh battery, and front and rear 8MP cameras. The tablet, with a starting price of $249 and weighing slightly over a pound (462g), will first be made available in Europe in May.

TCL gave it's color paper-like display tech an upgrade for its latest tablets_

The TCL TAB 11, another 11-inch tablet with a 2K NXTVISION display, is also brand-new. In all other respects, it is comparable to NXTPAPER 11. Starting in May, the TAB 11 will be sold for $179. Starting with $209 are versions with LTE.

TCL has a few new phone models available in the US, including the 40 XE 5G, 40 X 5G, and 40 XL with 4G connectivity. According to the manufacturer, the $169 40 XE 5G is the cheapest 5G TCL phone to date. It sports a 6.56-inch HD+ display with a 180Hz touch sampling and 90Hz refresh rate. The rear camera array includes a 13MP primary camera and 2MP depth and macro sensors. There has an 8MP lens up front. The phone sports an octo-core processor running at 2.2GHz and 4GB of RAM. There is just 64GB of storage, but a microSD card may add 1TB more.

TCL gave it's color paper-like display tech an upgrade for its latest tablets_

The 40 XE 5G and the 40 X 5G, which have comparable specifications but a more sophisticated 50MP main camera, will be accessible in June. The price of that model is $199. You can purchase the Android 13 40 XL for $149 in May. It boasts a 6.75″ HD+ display, twin speakers, a 50MP main camera, an octa-core processor, and base storage of 128GB.

Along with smartphones and tablets, TCL offers a new pair of earbuds called the MOVEAUDIO Neo, which it claims includes active noise cancellation, dual-mic call noise cancellation, four EQ presets, and 25dB of bass-boosted sound.