The device, which emphasises the brand’s knack for designing high-end smartphones with sophisticated cameras, simplifies multi-tasking and offers users an opportunity to split their screen so that they can handle more than one task while still being able to see more on either of the split windows.
Speaking at the product launch in Lagos, the Brand Manager, Tecno Nigeria, Eric Liu, stressed the company’s efforts to make revolutionary smartphones that would usher smartphone enthusiasts into an era of endless possibilities on the mobile devices and exceptional photography experience.
He said, “At Tecno, we take pride in our ability to understand and meet our consumers’ needs, and eventually surpass their expectations.”
With the Camon CM, Tecno said it had delivered a very stylish full-screen display smartphone. “The full-view display device produces an immersive experience when consuming videos, reading books, capturing images or even surfing the Internet,” Liu said.
He noted that although it was a common belief that full-view display screens were more susceptible to damage, the Camon CM had been built with a 2.5D corning third glass, which would not only ensure that users enjoy better visual effects from the screen, but also safeguard it from cracks and deliver smoother touching.
“In accordance with consumers’ preferences, we are gradually becoming camera-driven and this trend is evident in the camera-centric designs of our smartphones. Adopting our strategy of ‘think globally, act locally’, we are able to understand our consumers’ preferences and provide them with every support necessary to ensure that they can express themselves wholeheartedly,” Liu added.
Other features of the device are the 5.7 inch HD+ screen; 5.6mm visual thickness; 13 mega-pixels front and rear camera, and 18:9 full screen aspect ratio.
It also has automatic scene recognition; eye protection mode, and 1:1 real split screen.
The PR and Strategic Partnership Manager, Tecno Nigeria, Jesse Oguntimehin, said the first sale of the smartphone had been fixed for January 15 to January 20 at selected 3C Hubs across the country.