It was only a few months ago that China lifted it’s games console ban, but already we have seen plenty of Android based devices launch in China. TCL are the latest to jump on board with their own TCL T2 Android gaming device.
Similar in looks to the Xiaomi Hezi Android box, but with the same gaming capabilities of the Huawei Tron, the TCL T2 is the latest device aimed at bringing affordable Android gaming to China’s living rooms. Priced at just 699 Yuan ($110), the TCL T2 ships with single game controller boasting dual analogue sticks, d-pad and other controls, while the T2 itself gets a quad-core processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM and Android 4.2.2.
TCL have reportedly teamed up with JD.com and Gameloft to seel the T2 in China from 30th April.