TCL show off one of their first 4G LTE phones using a Mediatek processor at GSMA2014, the TCL H900M.
As Mediatek have started to ramp up production of processors that can support LTE, we are starting to see Chinese favourites such as TCL exhibiting new phones to local customers. The TCL H900M is one of the first Mediatek powered LTE phones to officially see light of day, but rather than the new MT6595 chip it uses a MT6592 with MT6290 baseband chip to give the phone compatibility with FDD and TD LTE networks, plist GSM and WCDMA.
The H900M is similar to to the Hero N3 which proved popular earlier this year and shares the same 6-inch 1080 display, narrow bezel design, 2GB RAM, 13 mega-pixel rear camera and 5 mega-pixel front.
TCL have promised that the H900M will be accompanied to market with up to 11 other 4G LTE phones ranging from entry-level budget devices to full-blown flagships.