TCL 750 certified by TENAA with Android 6.0 and Helio P10


After launching theIdol 3 and 2C, no one has heard of it anymore TCL since some time, but now news arrives thanks to Tena since it seems that the company is working on a new Android device equipped with the chipset MediaTek Helio P10 (MT6755M) called TCL 750.

This device comes with a fairly solid hardware base. A few days ago, the aforementioned device was also sighted on GFXBench revealing part of its technical specifications that include a Full HD display from 4.6 inch (typical software bug in question) with 1920 × 1080 pixel resolution, the chipset previously mentioned with octa-core CPU from 1.6 GHz, GPU Mali T860, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage.


TCL 750: the technical specifications leaked

Everything is also accompanied by a rear camera from 16 megapixel and from a secondary from 8 mega-pixels. The most satisfactory news of this new TCL 750 it is the presence of Android 6.0 Marshmallow pre-installed that will surely guarantee better performance and overall usability.

Now, thanks to Tena, other confirmations arrive on the TCL 750. First of all, the device will be available in colors White e gold and will have a body with dimensions of 145.8 × 71.4 × 7 mm and a weight of 138 g, so the device will be quite manageable and light. Furthermore, the display will be of type IPS and will have a diagonal from 5.2 inches.

The Chinese certification body can also tell us that the terminal will carry a battery from 2710 mAh. For the rest, it goes in direct resemblance with the technical characteristics leaked on the suite of benchmarks.