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Tecno unveils Camon CX smartphone

SCI & TECH
By Standard Reporter | July 17th 2017
By Standard Reporter | July 17th 2017
SCI & TECH

TECNO Mobile has unveiled its Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition smartphone.

The flagship is the latest in a line of photo-focused smartphones of the TECNO Camon series; best known for its premium camera upgrades and pocket friendly price tag.

“The smartphone comes with dual cameras hosting 4-in-1 light denoising technology. This means the signal-to-noise (SNR) capability is 1.7 times better than the average smartphone and has an incredible capability to shoot beautiful, stunning photography in low-light.” says Stephen Ha, TECNO Mobile General Manager.

Each pixel sensor on the 16MP front and back cameras detect and transmit light from any image as independent signals that collectively forms the final image of a picture.  This state-of-the-art camera technology results in selfies that are thirty percent brighter than selfies from average smartphones.

5000 units of the Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition will be available in nine regions around the world including Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Mali, Kenya, Tanzania, Dubai, Saudi Arabia and Cameroun.

“To celebrate our partnership with Manchester City, we are proud to provide our consumers with unparalleled mobile experience with the introduction of the new Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition smartphone.” added Stephen.

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