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MWC 2022 | TCL hints at a 12-inch tablet to follow its latest line-up of 10-inch slates

The NXTPAPER MAX 10. (Source: TCL)
The NXTPAPER MAX 10. (Source: TCL)
TCL has announced three new tablets at MWC 2022, all of which have ~10-inch displays. One is a 5G variant, whereas another is the latest in the OEM's NXTPAPER range. However, it may have detracted from these new devices by mentioning an additional slate that is yet to launch and might be a flagship among TCL big-screen mobile devices.

TCL's MWC 2022 showcase served to launch its expanding tablet range. They include the NXTPAPER MAX 10, which, as the name suggests, is the latest device with the OEM's display type that "looks and feels like paper". Its 10.36-inch screen is thus touted as ideal for writing, streaming or reading, and is also equipped with anti-glare glass.

TCL does not mention a resolution for this new NXTPAPER device, although it is now known to have Wi-Fi or 4G/LTE SKUs, which start at €269 (~US$301) in certain Asian markets from the second quarter of 2022 (2Q2022). The TCL TAB 10 HD 4G also has a practically self-explanatory name, and is also touted to deliver "non-stop entertainment" thanks to a 5,500mAh battery.

It has been released to the European market at a recommended price of €179 (~$200). The third new TCL tablet has a much higher premium of €349 (~$392), and this is because it is the only 5G slate of this new line-up.

The TAB 10s 5G has a 10.1-inch FHD screen with NXTVISION low-blue-light tech, kept on with an 8,000mAh of battery. The 4GB RAM slate will also be available in mid-2Q2022. However, it and its new 10-inch siblings might soon be overshadowed by a newer and larger device soon.

TCL has also vaguely previewed the TAB PRO 12 5G, which may soon become the productivity- and entertainment-focused flagship tablet from the series. Then again, the OEM has yet to mention when or where it will be available.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-03- 1 (Update: 2022-03- 1)