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Hong Kong-based TRANSSION Holdings’ subsidiary TECNO Mobile on Monday launched its first Android 9 Pie enabled “CAMON iSKY3” smartphone in India for Rs 8,599.

Equipped with the “Hi operating system (HiOS) 4.6” based on Android Pie, the offline-specific smartphone comes with a 6.2-inch notched display, Artificial Intelligence (AI) 8MP selfie camera as well as a 13MP+2MP AI dual rear camera setup.


The OS used on the phone includes features like smart panel to organise and navigate to multiple apps, intuitive navigation and digital well-being feature.


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

“‘CAMON iSKY 3’ is an AI-power packed device designed to cater to the tech savvy youth who want a smartphone that is faster, smarter, cameras that can shoot in any light, battery running longer and loaded with latest innovations,” said Arijeet Talapatra, CEO, TRANSSION India.

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With AI Face Unlock feature and fingerprint sensor, the “CAMON iSKY 3” allow supports one step switching between two SIM cards.

The smartphone comes with a one-time screen replacement, 100-days free replacement and one-month extended warranty, the company added. (IANS)


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