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Chinese Manufacturer Tecno Launched its New Smartphone Model in Uganda named as Tecno Camon C9 Plus

Uganda gadget market will hold a new smartphone from China manufacturer Tecno. The Smartphone is launched with the latest specification and features. Tecno Camon C9 Plus is a camera-centric model smart device.

It is expected in the gadgets market that the company might release its Phantom series smartphones. Phantom 6 and Phantom 6 Plus models have expected as a successor to Phantom 5 smartphone.

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Putting all the expectations aside, the company has decided to launch the Tecno Camon C9 Plus smartphone before any other model.

As far as Tecno Camon C9 Plus Specifications and Tecno Camon C9 Plus Features are considered, the smartphone comes with a 5.5-inch FHD display having 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution and a pixel density of 401.

The device runs on Android operating system with the help of a MediaTek MT6753 Octa-Core 1.3 GHz processor supported by 3GB RAM. Mali-T720 GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) fitted in the device. Dual Micro SIM options provide 4G LTE networks support.

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32GB Internal memory and expandable up to 128GB via micrSD card are facilitated for the data storage on the device. Front and Back Cameras have the same resolution of 13MP.

Measuring about (153 x 76.4 x 10.35) mm in size, the smart gadget weighs 143 grams. Tecno Camon C9 Plus Price is ranging between UGX 630,000 to 700,000 as per Uganda Currency terms. This is Approx $186 to $207.

Since the release of Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, it is interesting to see what will be the consumer’s response to this model in the country’s market.

However, the company has not revealed any news about the global release of the smartphone at any point of the time while launching in Uganda.

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