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Hong Kong-based TRANSSION Holdings’ subsidiary TECNO Mobile on Wednesday launched CAMON i4, a smartphone with a triple rear camera set up, at a starting price of Rs 9,599.

The triple rear camera set-up of the device comprises of a 13MP primary rear camera with F1.8 apertures, an 8MP with 120 degrees ultra-wide lens for capturing wide frames and a 2MP live focus lens that allows the camera to capture the subject and the background separately, the company said.


CAMON i4 also sports a 16MP AI selfie camera. It is the first smartphone from TECNO to feature a ‘dot notch’ screen with the front camera embedded at the top of the screen.


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

It is a dual SIM smartphone with a dedicated microSD card slot which allows one to expand memory up to 256GB.

“In 2019, multiple cameras and Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities will become a must-have feature on every smartphone in the 7-15K segment,” said Arijeet Talapatra, CEO, TRANSSION India.

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TECNO Mobile India has also posted a video of CAMON i4 on their official Twitter handle. They captioned, “Introducing the all-new Camon i4 with triple rear camera, 3500 mAh battery, 16 MP AI Selfie Camera & Dot Notch Display to capture moments that are larger than life. So go on and lead your life with #TecnoBestAnyLightCamera Starting at Rs.9599*.”

The phone is available in three variants – the 2GB + 32GB at Rs 9,599, the 3GB + 32GB variant at Rs 10,599 and the 4GB + 64GB at Rs 11,999. You can buy it on Flipkart. (IANS)


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