Pretty interesting mid range device. I wonder how the screen works in real time, like is there more improvement than just a textured surface?
Also it’s not mentioned if the pen is included, and they don’t disclose the pen tech. It looked like a Wacom EMR without any battery cap or charging port, but if it was Wacom, it’s would be better to include that as promotion. Or could it be some Chinese tech like Hanvon? I haven’t figured out which tech they used in their last phone, but this one has pressure, palm rejection and tilt so it must be active.
Price is predicted to be 450-500$, not sure if keyboard is included.
@Marty The only information I have is what TCL told us. It’s a proprietary coating, adapted from a version usually used for high end eyewear for scratch resistance while also having the properties of very low transmission loss (about 2.5%) and exceptional durability
We have not specifically tested it, but it has a feel that though I wouldn’t go quite as far as paper like, is OTOH a significant improvement over the standard glass on mainstream tablet displays.
They quoted a figure of being 500% more resistant to scratches than tempered glass,.