Whilst it hasn’t printed it on its authentic website online, Tecno has despatched out the brand new Camon 17 to outlets in Kenya. You’ll’t have one but, however you’ll pre-order it – right here’s what you’ll get when you do.
In the beginning look, it’s not a instantly improve over the Tecno 16. For starters, it has a smaller 6.55” display screen, down from 6.8”. It’s nonetheless a 720p+ elegance show (even though with 20:9 facet ratio). The selfie digicam (nonetheless dwelling in a punch hollow) has an 8MP sensor (down from 16MP).
It has a reasonably extra tough chipset than the former era, a Helio G85. The Mali G52 MC2 GPU runs at the next clock velocity as do the six A55 CPU cores, whilst the 2 A75 cores are the similar. You get the similar 4 GB of RAM, however double the garage is doubled to 128 GB. Additionally, this one comes with Android 11 and HiOS 7.6 out of the field.
Transferring on, the digicam at the again now stars a 16MP extremely wide-angle module. Even the Camon 16 Professional and 16 Premier had handiest an 8MP extremely large (the vanilla 16 had none). Alternatively, the principle digicam is demoted to a 48MP sensor (down from 64MP at the 16-series). A 2MP helper module rounds off the trio.
The brand new type has a 5,000mAh battery, identical as earlier than, and we’re now not seeing any mentions of rapid charging. Like its siblings, it is a dual-SIM telephone with 4G LTE connectivity.
The Tecno Camon 17 may also be discovered at an internet store in Kenya (apply the Supply hyperlink). The shop was once additionally sort sufficient to ship us some hands-on footage of the telephone:
It’s going to value KES 22,800 ($210/€175) and if you need one, you’ll pre-order a unit with a KES 2,000 down cost. For comparability, the Camon 16 is KES 19,400, the 16 Professional is KES 20,500 and the 16 Premier is noticeably costlier at KES 27,800.