The mobile solutions division of TCL made official some pretty enormous plans ahead of their showing at IFA 2019 in Berlin, Germany next week. There, the company said it plans to show off their first-ever TCL-branded smartphone for the global market, fresh updates for their foldable concept devices, and the world premier of their Project Archery wearable display unit.
“What we have planned for IFA 2019 is an exciting glimpse into the future of TCL Communication – it comprises smartphones, 5G devices and entire new categories including the debut of our Project Archery wearable display,” Stefan Streit, General Manager, Global Marketing at TCL Communication, said in a statement. “As one of the leading display manufacturers in the world, TCL will focus on bringing our multimedia expertise to our mobile products. More importantly, together with our TCL sister companies, we’re going beyond just mobility and looking ahead with a complete end-to-end consumer electronics brand supported by an entire ecosystem of TCL devices.”
TCL has been a fixture in the smartphone space over the past few years—especially at IFA—showing off the latest phones under their two main banners: Alcatel and BlackBerry. The smartphone that they plan to show off at IFA 2019 steps outside of those two names and will become the first-ever TCL branded smartphone.