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TECNO CAMON 18 PREMIER Price In Nigeria | 4750mAh - Features, Specifications And Review

Tecno Camon 18 premier price in Nigeria - specs and features - Review

TECNO CAMON 18 PREMIER Price In Nigeria:


Tecno Camon 18 Premier goes for around:
N182,000 to N275,000


See Price on: Jumia.com.ng (Nigeria)

See Price on: Jumia.co.ke (Kenya)

See Price on: Amazon.com



TECNO CAMON 18 PREMIER Features And Specifications:



BODY & DISPLAY


Resolution2400 × 1080 pixels ( 393 ppi density)

Dimensions163.8 × 75.9 ×  8.2 mm (6.45 × 2.99 × 0.32 inches)

Weight200.6g (7.08 oz)

SIMDual SIM (SIM1: Nano, SIM2: Nano)

Screen Size6.7-inch AMOLED Capacitive Touchscreen display

Pixel density393 ppi (pixels per inch)

ColorsPolar night, Vast night

Release date

October 04, 2021



HARDWARE & STORAGE


Internal
Memory
(RAM)

8 GB RAM

Internal
Storage

256 GB ROM

Expandable

Processor 
(Operating System)
2.05GHz Octa-core | Android 11, HIOS 8

Processor
Chipset
MediaTek Helio G96

Expandable StorageYes







CAMERA


Rear camera64 MP (wide), + 8 MP  (periscope telephoto) + 12 MP (ultrawide)

Front selfie camera32 MP

Video[email protected]1080p@30fps

Architecture


BATTERY


Capacity4750mAh Li-Po battery

Charging33W Fast charging

PlacementNon-removable





NETWORK


Signals2G, 3G, 4G LTE





SOFTWARE


Operating systemAndroid 11

SkinHIOS 8






CONNECTIVITY


Wi-FiYes

Wi-Fi
Standards
Supported
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4GHz / 5GHz

GPSYes – with A-GPS, 

BluetoothYes – v5.0

USBYes – USB Type C 2.0, USB On-The-Go

FM (Radio)Yes

Number
of SIMs
2

NFCNo

Headphone-Jack3.5 mm





SENSORS


Face UnlockYes

Fingerprint
Sensor
Yes - side-mounted

Compass
/Magnetometer
Yes

Proximity
Sensor
Yes

AccelerometerYes

Ambient
Light sensor
Yes






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Body And Display:

The device's screen dimension is, 163.8 × 75.9 × 8.2 millimeters (6.45 × 2.99 × 0.32 inches), and has a Screen size of 6.7 inches.
 
For Video quality, it has a Display Resolution of 2400 × 1080 pixels, and Pixels per inch value of 393 ppi.
 
This device weighs 200.6 grams (7.08 ounces).


Hardware/Storage: 

TECNO CAMON 18 PREMIER comes with Internal memory (RAM) of 8GB.

It is a Dual Nano SIM-Card phone.

When it comes to Internal storage, TECNO CAMON 18 PREMIER has Internal storage space of 256GBand is Expandable - by way of an External memory card.
 

Processor And Operating System (OS):

The device is powered by Android 11 Operating System (OS).

It uses a MediaTek Helio G96 Chipset, and Octa-core Processor that clocks a speed of 2.05GHz.


Main Camera And Selfie-Camera:

With this device, you get a 64 Mega-Pixels (wide camera), 8 Mega-Pixels (periscope telephoto camera), and a 12 Mega Pixel (ultrawide camera).
 

And for taking Selfies, you have a 32 Megapixel Front-facing selfie camera.
 
The Picture/Video quality runs at: 
[email protected], and [email protected]
 

TECNO CAMON 18 PREMIER Battery Capacity:

TECNO CAMON 18 PREMIER has a 4750mAh Non-removable Li-Po battery, and a Fast-charging power of 33W (Watts).
 

Networks:

The device has 2G, 3G, and 4G LTE capability and compatibility.
 

Connectivity:

The Wi-Fi Standards supported on this device are, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, Hotspot.

Global Positioning System (GPS), is present.
 
Bluetooth version is v5.0, and A2DP, LE connectivity
 
The USB-type for this phone is USB 2.0, USB-On-The-Go.
 
Face Unlock: 
Fingerprint Sensor: 
Compass/Magnetometer: 
Proximity Sensor: 
Accelerometer: 
Ambient Light Sensor: 
 




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  1. George Zhu, founder of Transsion, spent nearly a decade traveling throughout Africa as the head of sales for another mobile phone company before realizing that selling Africans handsets designed for developed markets was the wrong approach.

    His timing could not have been more perfect. By the mid-2000s, the Chinese government was encouraging entrepreneurs to look abroad and strengthen ties with African nations in particular, as part of its "Going Out" strategy.

    While cell phones were rapidly spreading in China, they remained a very rare luxury in Africa — which has a roughly comparable population.

    In other words, Africa may become the new China.

    Consumer-oriented

    Zhu launched Tecno in Nigeria in 2006, initially focusing on Africa's most populous country. The company's motto from the start was "think global, act local," which meant developing phones tailored to Africans' unique needs.

    "When we began doing business in Africa, we noticed that people carried multiple SIM cards," Chowdhury says. They would awkwardly swap cards throughout the day to avoid the high charges operators impose for calling different networks, according to Nabila Popal, a researcher at IDC who tracks device use in Africa.

    "They cannot afford two phones," Chowdhury says, "so we provided them with a solution." Zhu designed all Tecno handsets to be dual SIM capable.

    Additional innovations ensued. Transsion established R&D centers in China, Nigeria, and Kenya to determine how to improve its appeal to African users. Local languages such as Amharic, Hausa, and Swahili have been added to keyboards, and battery life has been increased on phones.

    Additional power was critical. For example, in Nigeria, South Africa, and Ethiopia, the government frequently turns off electricity to conserve energy, leaving residents unable to charge their phones for hours.

    In less developed markets, such as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Chowdhury says that consumers may have to walk 30 kilometers to the local market to charge their phone — and pay for the privilege.

    "For those consumers, increased battery life is a blessing," he continues.

    Sewedo Nupowaku, the CEO of entertainment company Revolution Media based in Lagos, says to have switched from a Samsung S3 to a Tecno L8 for this reason. "I have no problem spending 24 hours a day talking and browsing on this phone. No way with a Samsung."

    However, Transsion's pricing strategy was perhaps the most astute. It is divided into three divisions: Tecno, Infinix, and Itel. The majority of their feature phones and smartphones cost between $15 and $200.

    Mesert says she paid 2,000 birr ($72) for her Tecno smartphone. An iPhone 7 costs the equivalent of $906 at a shop near her workplace, while a Samsung Galaxy J7 costs around $360. Monthly wages in Ethiopia range from 1,500 birr ($54) to 3,000 birr ($108), and most vendors throughout Africa do not pay installment payments.

    "Approximately 95% of Transsion smartphones are priced under $200," Mo Jia, an analyst with technology research firm Canalys, says. "They are the budget smartphone kings."

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