Tecno Camon CM launched last week, putting an end to our speculations as regards the specifications the device will feature. The main marketing word jingled across media was the device’s full view display. The first full-view device from Tecno, and going by their standards this new feature is a welcome development. That said, let us see the other notable specs of the Tecno CM that makes it worth owning.
Of course, there is no better spec to discuss first than the display. The Camon CM sports a 5.7 –inch display with the 18:9 screen to body ratio. This means it offers users a wider view compared to the standard 16:9 ratio most devices have. Now, owners can take pictures with more depth and coverage, watch movies and enjoy other benefits that come with using a big screen device. The screen has an HD resolution (720 x 1440 pixels), Tecno opted for floating capacitive keys rather than physical keys. Still on the front of the device, the device carries a 13MP camera equipped with LED flash on the front.
Underneath the Camon CM’s plastic cover, there is a 2GB RAM fused with 16GB internal memory, which expandable up to 128GB. Rumour has it that the Camon CM has a 3GB RAM variant on the way but that is just a tentative information now, moving on, the RAM and ROM are synced with a Quad-core 1.25 GHz Cortex, Mediatek chipset.
Tecno Camon CM runs Android 7.0 Nougat layered with Tecno proprietary OS, HiOS 2.0. The device sports an array of standard connectivity features, including; Bluetooth, WiFi, supports 4G LTE network and lower spectrum, GPS and more.
On the rear, you will find, a 13MP camera equipped with LED Flash and the fingerprint scanner centred in the upper section of the device’s rear. All these specifications are powered by a 3,000mAh non-removable battery. Tecno Camon CM comes in Champagne Gold, Midnight Black and City Blue colours. The price range of the device is 47,000 – 52,000. How much you purchase a unit depends on your location and the retailer.
Well, those are the most important details of the Camon CM. What do you think of the device? Is it something you would want to own or not.