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TCL 303 and TCL 304 announced with MediaTek CPU and 3000mAh battery

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TCL has officially announced the 303 and 304 entry-level smartphone with Android 11 (Go Edition) and a 3000mAh battery on both sides. Also, both devices are powered by MediaTek’s entry-level CPU; Helio A22 on the 303 and Helio A20 on the 304.

From the front, the TCL 303 has a 5.5-inches screen with 720 x 1440 pixel and an 18:19 aspect ratio. The 304 on the other hand is given a slightly larger 6.1-inches screen, and it has a dewdrop notch on the head with 720 x 1560 pixels. Both of these phones are actually the smaller options to the TCL 305 and 306 announced weeks back.

key specs and comparisons of TCL 303 and 304 smartphones

TCL 303TCL 304
Dimention / weight146.66 x 71.9 x 9.95 mm / 172g155.9 x 74.5 x 9.9 mm / 179g
Display5.5-inches (720 x 1440)6.1-inches (720 x 1560)
CPU (4-Cores)2.0GHz Helio A22 (MT6761V)1.8GHz Helio A20 (MT6761D)
GPUPowerVR GE8320PowerVR GE8320
OSAndroid 11 (Go edition)Android 11 (Go edition)
RAM / ROM 2GB / 32GB + 128GB SD-card2GB / 32GB + 128GB SD-card
Camera8MP rear (f/2.0) / 5MP (f/2.2) front13MP (f/1.85) + 2MP (f2.4) rear / 5MP (f/2.2)
ConnectivityDual 4G SIM / Bluetooth 4.2 / Micro USB 2.0Dual 4G SIM / Bluetooth 5.0 / Micro USB 2.0
Battery3000mAh3000mAh
SecurityFaceIDFingerprint scanner / FaceID

Pricing and availability of TCL 303 and 304

Both the TCL 303 and the 304 are already listed on the company’s international site. The 303 is available in Prime Black and Atlantic Blue colors, while the 304 is painted in Power Gray and Twilight Blue. However, pricing for both models are yet to be revealed.

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