TCL Y910 Full HD Phablet receives network license

TCL Y910 Full HD Phablet receives network license


Chinese phone maker and owners of Alcatel have just received the official stamp of approval for a new 6-inch FHD phablet named the TCL Y910.

TCL and Alacatel have had a great year with some wonderful phones such as the TCL Idol X. However good the X is though it is ‘only’a 5-inch phone! With the popularity in increased screen size TCL have developed the 6-inch TCL Y910 phablet.

Strangely this top of the range phablet has just a 2 mega-pixel front and 8 mega-pixel rear camera which are a little lower than we expect especially when the rest of the phone includes a 1.5Ghz MT6589T processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB memory, and wireless charging all in a body measuring just 138.5 x 80.6 x 8.5mm.

Our sources suggest a retail price of around 230 Euros when launched, and the phone should go on the market in Europe and China.

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  • KennyG

    The TCL Idol X is a very nice phone…cant wait to see this one in an unboxing

  • Konged

    Is this what the Scribe X has evolved to? As the Scibe HD that recently got internationalised as an Alcatel device was the Y900 that been selling for a while in China. I really wished Alcatel can launch their international versions same time as TCL. As it does not do them justice to wait until the devices are somewhat a bit out of date before they launch outside of China.

  • cesarXD

    search cesarmtodoido on youtube and find my unbox of tcl s950.