Chinese based Tecno Mobile whose main focus is the African mobile phone market unveiled another budget/mid-range smartphone, the Camon C9. The Camon C9 is a successor to last year’s Camon C8. The Camon C8 mopped up a lot of sales mainly because of the improvement in the camera department (13MP back camera with dual LED flash and 5MP front camera with LED flash).
Let’s see what the Camon C9 has to offer
There’s a lot of concentration on the camera technology like it’s predecessors in the Camon line, it is first a camera phone
Pure 13MP Front Camera with 83 Degree wide angle to take wider views.
5P lens that reflects true colors and vivid images
The front Camera can shoot 10 people together with a 13MP 120-degree Panaromic Mode
The device comes with a quick snap button and auto focus
The front camera is centered in the upper part of the phone for better selfies
Like the C8 it comes with a powerful front flash- 15 lux natural flashlight
Camon C9 claims to have more camera sentitive area than that of the iPhone 6s Plus and Samsung S6 edge.
Definitely looking forward to a camera showdown
The back camera comes with Coaxial 6P Optical lens, one more than the C8 and filters 50% more parasitic light.
Enhances photos automatically with excellent capture 2.0
It is equipped with biometric Iris recognition sensor technology for security.
Memory & Processor
Comes with 2GB of RAM, an improvement from that of the C8 and an octa-core processor
Runs on Tecno’s on Marshmellow based HiOS
A smartband launched with the C9 to assist in long distance shooting, monitoring sleep patterns, and alerts owner of calls
Operating System: HIOS V1.0: Based on Android 6.0
Band: GPRS/EDGE: 900/1800
Display: 5.5″ FHD IPS Touchscreen
Processor: Octa-core Processor
Camera: 13.0 MP AF Back Camera with Flashlight
13.0 MP Front Camera with Flashlight
Memory: 16 GB ROM + 2 GB RAM Expandable Micro SD, up to 128GB
Connectivity: GPS, Wi-Fi, BT
Battery Capacity: 3000mAh
Sensor: G-sensor, Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor
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