The international exhibition MWC 2023 in Barcelona has just started, and some companies have already presented their innovative products. Among them is TCL, which, among other things, brought a very unusual tablet called the NXTPAPER 11. It is notable for using the NXTPAPER 2.0 paper-like display. It’s not exactly E Ink, but it’s not a typical LCD either. The second generation paper screen provides hardware-level blue light protection to the eyes by scattering light through multiple layers and preventing glare. At the same time, the technology exceeds the TÜV certification criteria.
The company says the new NXTPAPER 2.0 display delivers better image quality with increased brightness (up to 500 nits) and a built-in ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts color temperature. In addition, AI Visual Boost technology makes colors more vivid and realistic. The TCL NXPTPAER 11 tablet is equipped with a 10.95-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels, wide viewing angles and support for 10 simultaneous touches.
TCL NXPTPAER 11 is based on MediaTek Helio P60T chipset. The device has 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory. The storage can be expanded using microSD cards. Separately, it is worth noting support for the T-Pen stylus with 409 levels of pressure sensitivity, 8 MP wide-angle cameras, four loud speakers and two microphones. It runs Android 13 with minor modifications, but the company hasn’t said how long it will support the software. Responsible for autonomy is a battery with a capacity of 8000 mAh with support for reverse charging. It comes with an 18W charger. TCL NXPTPAER 11 is priced at $249 and will go on sale in May.
This week, TCL also plans to showcase a concept smartphone with NXTPAPER 2.0 technology. Apparently, this will be an attempt to assess the level of interest in a mobile device with a “paper” display.