TCL, a renowned name in display technology, has introduced its groundbreaking NXTPAPER smartphone series in Malaysia. The TCL 40 NXTPAPER and TCL 40 NXTPAPER 5G are the world’s first smartphones to offer a revolutionary full-color paper-like visual experience.

These smartphones are designed to prioritize user comfort with their industry-leading eye comfort features. Both phones are hardware-certified by TÜV for low harmful blue light, ensuring a comfortable viewing experience. The displays are reflection-free and anti-glare, making reading outdoors a delight. The integrated sensor adjusts brightness and color temperature according to the surroundings, enhancing overall eye comfort.

Key Features:

  • Comfortable Viewing: Enjoy binge-watching and reading with a comfortable, full-color paper-like experience.
  • Eye Comfort: Certified by TÜV for low harmful blue light, ensuring optimal eye comfort during extended use.
  • Adaptive Display: Automatically adjusts brightness and color temperature based on time and environment.
  • Versatile Display: Choose between full-color manga or black-and-white display to suit individual preferences.
  • Immersive Entertainment (TCL 40 NXTPAPER): Equipped with a 6.78” FHD+ NXTPAPER display, dual speakers, and 3D boom sound powered by DTS for an immersive audio-visual experience. Features a 32MP selfie camera and a versatile 50MP rear triple camera system.
  • Efficient Multitasking (TCL 40 NXTPAPER 5G): Comes with a 6.6″ HD+ NXTPAPER display and a 50MP primary camera. Offers efficient multitasking with 6GB RAM, expandable with an additional 6GB virtual RAM expansion.

Pricing and Availability:

ModelAvailable DatePriceColor
TCL 40 NXTPAPER10 OctoberRM 899Opalescent, Midnight Blue
TCL 40 NXTPAPER 5G10 OctoberRM 999Starlight Black
TCL 40 NXTPAPER 5G: Purchases made from 10 – 17 October include a pair of MOVEAUDIO Air Wireless Earbuds worth RM 159.

Both phones can be purchased from TCL Mobile Malaysia’s official store on Lazada and Shopee, as well as authorized dealers, starting from 10 October. Don’t miss the chance to experience this revolutionary paper-like visual technology!

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