Tecno Mobile has planned to release new 3 devices that will be running on Android 8.1 Oreo this year, just like Infinix Mobile is planning to debut its Infinix Zero 4 Edge premium device very soon. However, sources have been confirmed.

First and Second Smartphones Expected from Tecno Mobile

Although, we are not sure of their specifications and features but the sources assumes it would be sequel to the “Camon CX” and they will be called “Camon CX 2” and “Camon CX 2 Air“.

I think they will be the improved version of the former Tecno Camon CX and Camon CX Air. Moreover, Camon series are best known for their incomparable cameras and we hope these devices follows suite.

The specifications speculated for the two devices aforementioned are: 4GB RAM for the Camon CX 2 and 3GB RAM for the Camon CX 2 Air. The Camon CX 2 is expected to come with a 1.51 GHz Octa Core Processor for the ARM MT6763V/V.

More also, the Camon CX 2 is expected to come with a 4000mAh battery capacity, while the Camon CX 2 Air is expected to come with 4200mAh battery capacity and both devices battery will come with a fast charging technology.

Sources confirmed they will come with 20MP frontal camera and 16MP + 2MP back or rear camera which will be an upgrade from their father, Tecno Camon CX but the actual specifications are not yet known.

Third Smartphone expected from Tecno Mobile

The third device is produced and designed for those who cannot afford a Mid-range or a high-end device. The device will run on Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition – an optimized OS for low-end phones, just like the Nokia 1.

It will have a 2700mAh battery capacity. It will support ARM MT6737 1.25GHz Quad Core Processor and a low-end camera of 8MP and 5MP.

Will you still buy a smartphone that uses 1GB RAM in 2018?

Precious Agbontan

Precious Agbontan

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