TCL introduced first foldable tablet. When big ones do it, others follow, apparently. Just like after Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X make it to the market, Motorola (with RAZR 2019) and other Chinese brands started working on their foldable devices. A fairly large manufacturer, which curently own the Alcatel and BlackBerry brands, shown its foldable tablet at CES 2020.
In this case, the foldable device TCL shown is just like a tablet, since in the folded state there is no sense in it due to the absence of any display in the non-expanded state. It looks like a landscape tablet and is equipped with a 7.2-inch display, as well as a quad camera for taking photos and videos.
The company also said that the start of sales of new items is scheduled for this year. Neither price information nor a more accurate timeline for the appearance of new items on the shelves has been announced so far.