Like clockwork, TCL — the Huizhou, China-based tech company behind BlackBerry-, Alcatel-, and Palm-licensed devices, as well as a range of first-party smartphones — announced a slew of products ahead of a press conference at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show. Among the headliners are the 10-Series, which includes the 10 5G — TCL’s first 5G smartphone — as well as a notebook-style foldable tablet concept.

Foldable tablet

No doubt perceiving that foldables are , TCL previewed a device that folds 180 degrees inward, not unlike the Samsung Galaxy Fold. It’s not the company’s first rodeo — it previewed a clamshell concept at IFA 2019 and a zigzag-shaped phone last October — but it’s perhaps the closest to a fully functional foldable we’ve seen from TCL.

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