During the recent CES 2023 tech show in Las Vegas, consumer electronics firm TCL launched its #TCLGreen campaign, a global initiative building on its award-winning US sustainability achievements to continue growing its commitment to ESG efforts and create a greener planet.
TCL RayNeo, an augmented reality startup, announced at CES 2023 its launch of the RayNeo X2 AR smart glasses that harness pioneering binocular full-color Micro-LED optical waveguide displays alongside an array of new interactive features.
Augmented reality device startup Thunderbird Innovation on October 20 released a new generation of XR glasses called the Thunderbird Air 1S, priced at 2,499 yuan ($344) and capable of covering many scenarios.
TCL electronics incubated AR newcomer Thunderbird Innovation unveiled thePioneer Edition of its own smart glasses on Friday. These AR glasses are innovative in their display effects, power consumption and weight.
Chinese electronics company TCL Technology on Thursday released its estimated performance for the first three quarters of 2021.
On Thursday, Chinese electronics firm TCL indicated that over the next five years it will invest more than 20 billion yuan ($3.1 billion) in the fields of smart terminals, semiconductor display and materials, semiconductor photovoltaics.
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Huawei is selling its low-budget smartphone line Honor brand to a consortium including Chinese IT provider Digital China, three state-owned companies and electronics company TCL in a 100 billion yuan ($15.2 billion) deal
According to La Vanguardia, GSMA will meet on February 14 to determine whether MWC 2020 will go ahead as scheduled.
Chinese electronics company TCL, known for their budget TVs and for being the company behind modern-day Alcatel and BlackBerry phones, will release its first ever TCL-branded smartphone at IFA 2019 in Berlin next week.