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Handset maker Tecno unveils 4G phone

By Kurian Musa | June 28th 2016
The Tecno PhonePad 7II. The tech-savy community will now enjoy the latest 4G Phablet which comes with a seven inch ultra-big screen. (PHOTO: COURTESY)

A new smartphone has been launched in Kenya as firms fight for a slice of the competitive market. The tech savvy community will now enjoy TECNO’s latest 4G Phablet named PhonePad 7II which comes with a seven inch ultra-big screen.

The phone enables users to connect freely with each other, enjoy higher mobile broadband experiences and download at high-speeds. It puts fast web-browsing, as well as smooth videos and games, at your fingertips. The 4G Phablet is tailored to cater for youth who demand for big screen size smartphone to fulfill their need of more fun in the mobile internet era. The device also solves the problem of carrying two gadgets when you are going out. It is equipped with dual SIM card slots. PhonePad 7II offers connectivity options such as Dual Band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and FM.

It comes with a 4100mAh battery, which provides 12-hour video playback on a single charge. The smartphone comes with a boom Player, a free digital content (music) application that allows music lovers to access a catalogue of music and videos from African and International artists. The contents are available for streaming and download.

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