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"i2X" sports 13MP+5MP dual rear camera setup and 16MP selfie camera. Flickr

Expanding its camera-centric portfolio, Hong Kong-based Transsion Holdings’ subsidiary Tecno Mobile on Monday launched two budget smartphones in India.

The “Camon iACE” and “Camon iSKY 2” smartphones are priced at Rs 6,799 and Rs 7,499, respectively.


Both devices come with 13MP Artificial Intelligent (AI)-based rear and selfie camera, 5.5-inch HD+ screen with Full-View display, 3050mAh battery and Face Unlock feature, the company said in a statement.


Tecno has also partnered Reliance Jio for instant cashback and recharge offers for Jio users. Flickr

“The latest ‘Camon iACE’ and ‘Camon iSKY 2’ tick every box for consumer looking for a perfect camera-centric smartphone in the sub 8K by offering the best combination of features at a great price” said Gaurav Tikoo, Chief Marketing Officer, Transsion India.

Both phones are powered by a 1.5 Quad Core 64 Bit processor, backed up with 2GB internal memory, expandable up to 128GB and would run on Techno Mobile’s “HiOS” which is a customised version of Android 8.1 Oreo.

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“Camon iACE” is available for purchase from August 13 and “Camon iSKY 2” will hit the shelves on August 20.

Tecno has also partnered Reliance Jio for instant cashback and recharge offers for Jio users.(IANS)


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