In the last couple of years, Huawei mobile has lost a big market share and influence over the world. Tired of US ban, Huawei seems to be working with other tech giants to regain its strength in mobile market. Huawei with the alliance of TCL has co-developed a new smartphone, FFALCON Thunderbird FF1. This time you would not lost Google Mobile Services, as the Android license has been acquired under TCL branding. TCL has no such restrictions (as Huawei) by US government.
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TCL FFALCON Thunderbird FF1 is a mid-range smartphone. The launch stream took place online. The sales will begin from September 10 in the brand’s home country, China. Two memory options would be offered, 128GB and 256GB. FFALCON Thunderbird FF1 Prices are CNY 2,499 ($386) and CNY 2,799 ($432) for two variants, respectively. No official spokesperson disclosed the international launch date.
Let's talk about features. FFALCON FF1 arrives in Black and Green shade. The later looks appealing. There is a wide display of 6.67 inches and a pill-shaped cutout for a 16-Megapixel selfie camera. IPS LCD does good job and 120Hz refresh rate makes it more interactive. It delivers Full HD+ content. Android 11 boots the device. Coming to the rear, a unique square camera module is home to three photography lenses and LED flash. The main lens is 64MP, and two besides are 8MP ultrawide and 2MP depth. Create 1080p shots at 30fps with the primary optics, and enjoy ultrawide and detailed pictures with the rest two.
TCL FF1 allows 5G and 4G connectivity, and thus you can get up to 2GB per second download speed. Powered by Dimensity 900 chipset, FFALCON smartphone runs programs faster. 8GB RAM is massive for gaming and multitasking. Battery ranks at 4,300 mAh and gets revived rapidly by a 66W Fast Wired Charge. After a full day of working, put it on charge and get back 100% battery life within an hour.