Tecno is set to shake the African market with their latest photography driven smartphone

It's bigger, it's better and it's about to take over the African market.

Tecno is one of the leading brands on high functionality economy smart phones in Africa.

The two gadgets come as the successors of Tecno’s selfie oriented Tecno Camon C9. The launch that took place earlier on today saw Kenya become the first country in the world to experience Tecno’s latest product in the market. This moves to prove the ever expanding growth of the technology sector in the Kenyan economy.

With many more companies embracing the two-variants launch for their mobile gadgets, Tecno got on board with the Tecno Phantom 6 and Tecno Phanton 6 Plus gadgets that were released late last year. For the brand Camon, Tecno has opted to feature the Air series, a name commonly used to depict a lighter brand on product in terms of weight, however, for Tecno it's all about convienience.

According to Dickson Ireri, Product Manager Tecno Mobile in Kenya, the Tecno CX Air is a simpler version of the Tecno CX that allows Tecno users to enjoy the same kind of features that the Tecno CX offers at a lower price, "For some of our users, it's all about having the lastest gadget in the market, for other's it's about the features but price is the limiting factor. Our aim it to reach as many people as we can and the CX Air will offer the experience our users desire at a lower price."

The unveiling that was done by the General Manager of Tecno Mobile, Stephen Ha finally letting out to the world the true features of the long awaited gadget. Last week saw a lot of online platforms highlighting the expected features of the latest gadget in Camon series, some of which hold but Tecno Mobile is set for world domination and spared no costs with their feautures for the Tecno Camon CX and CX Air.

The smartphone uses a smart image sensor composed of 16 mega pixel sensors in the front camera, coupled with unique ‘4 in 1’ technology.

Each pixel sensor detects light, captures individual images and converts the information into signals before forming the final image, resulting in selfies that are 30 per cent brighter, capturing special moments perfectly.

The ‘4 in 1’ technology also pairs effective denoising technology, obtaining a signal-to-noise (SNR) 1.7 times better, with the newest Smart Denoise technology to produce amazingly clear images even in low light. The dual-front flash feature goes further, and allows Camon CX users to take amazing quality selfies in dark environments where previous artificial light would blur and distort images.

The smartphone also includes features such as a customised ring flash, light speed charge and a 5.5 inch with full high definition screen, all allowing for ease of use on the go as well as the best quality images.

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