After the successful launch in Dubai, TECNO has launched its new smartphones in Nigeria. The two smartphones are described as the slimmest dual back camera smartphone and the fastest Deca-core Smartphone the world has ever seen.
TECNO GM, Chidi Okonkwo said “The new TECNO Phantom 6 and indeed its phablet variant, Phantom 6 plus unveils next generation specifications upgrades and some of the most revolutionary features on any top-end smartphone. TECNO Phantom 6 for instance, comes with an outstanding SONY 13MP+5MP dual rear lens camera capable of capturing beautiful images with stunning detail as a professional DSLR camera. Remarkably, Phantom 6 currently wears all these specifications upgrade in an ultra slim metal uni-body- which makes it the slimmest smartphone with the dual-rear-camera technology in the market.”
Taunted by some analysts as the slimmest smartphone with dual rear cameras, the Phantom 6 stomachs an expanded internal storage space, powered by 3GB RAM for smoother operations with 32GB ROM leg room, expandable to 128GB. TECNO Phantom 6 enjoys improved processor speed at 2.0GHz, MediaTek’sHelio P10 chipset. With more internal memory, the Phantom 6 holds up to five thousand one hundred and twenty (5,120) songs or twenty (20) High Definition movies with no glitch.
“The TECNO Phantom 6 gives mobile consumers better stability, speed and possibly the best camera experience on mobile phone,”says Attai Oguche, TECNO Deputy Marketing Lead, Nigeria.
On the other hand, the TECNO Phantom 6 Plus, the mobile maker’s latest phablet smartphone targeted particularly at the Middle-east mobile consumers. TECNO Phantom 6 Plus flaunts an impressive 6.0-inch IPS touch display and hosts the mobile brand’s first tri-fold security combination (fingerprint, eye scanner and Trustlook antivirus). TECNO Phantom 6 Plus also boasts the latest MediaTek Helio X20 Deca-core chipset, making the super-smartphoneone of the fastest mobile phones in the market.
“Mobile consumers in Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt and other top mobile markets in emerging economies have not seen anything like the Phantom 6 plus. This smartphone took three years in the making and the global expertise of over five hundred engineers to deliver right on schedule,” says TECNO global marketing lead, Vane Ni.
TECNO Deputy Marketing Manager, Jesse Oguntimehin said the Phantom 6 Plus comes with amazing features that would delight smartphones lovers across the world.
“The animal as we fondly call it, new TECNO Phantom 6 Plus comes with a mind-blowing MediatekHelio X20 Deca-core processor. To put the Phantom 6 plus super performance speed in perspective, our new phablet can seamlessly run thirty two (32)mobile apps simultaneously. In simple words, the Phantom 6 Plus is built for speed and high-level multi-tasking. Its massive 64GB expandable internal memory can hold twelve thousand (12,000) songs, twenty-five(25) HD movies and countless high res pictures. But one feature that got reviewers buzzing about TECNO Phantom 6 plus is its security system-ladies and gentlemen, meet the smartphone with market’s first tri-fold security system: Fingerprint, eye scanner and TrustLookTManti-virus.”
After only 10years of operations in Africa, TECNO has become one of the leading mobile phone manufacturers across the world. Its mobile phone penetration rate in Africa has risen from 6% to 80% and TECNO Mobile being a major driver of this development, is already servicing over 35 African countries while currently retaining the largest market share of 41.1% and 31.1% in Tanzania and Nigeria respectively.
Vane Ni, Deputy General Manager and Global marketing lead at TECNO Mobile said, “We are proud of what we have been able to achieve in Africa so far and we are confident the time is right for us to duplicate the same success across other emerging markets. When we arrived Africa 10 years ago, very few people would have thought that we would grow so fast to control the largest market share of 25.3% across six major African markets – Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, Cameroon and Ethiopia”.
Today, TECNO has extended its web to more than 48 countries across the Middle East, South East Asia and South America, serving about 2.5 billion consumers which is about 35% of the world’s population. This feat clearly makes the brand a force to reckon with, not just in Africa but also globally.