So far, so good, smartphones maker Tecno have been a main stay in Nigeria and beyond. This recent news will surely shine brighter lights.
Taking its first official step into the international scene, mobile technology giant, Tecno Telecoms recently launched its flagship devices the Phantom 6 and Phantom 6 Plus, respectively in the Burj Khalifa, Dubai.
The smart phone maker that entered the Africa mobile market in 2006 according to market indices , has been delivering quality mobile devices, smartphones, smart-bands and tablets, with the aim of making high-end mobile devices readily available to consumers.
Speaking at the global launch, . Mr. Vane Ni, Deputy General Manager and Global marketing lead at Tecno Mobile said, “we are proud of what we have been able to achieve in Africa so far and we are confident the time is right for us to duplicate the same success across other emerging markets. When we arrived Africa 10 years ago, very few people would have thought that we would grow so fast to control the largest market share of 25.3% across six major African markets – Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, Cameroon and Ethiopia”.
He said that Tecno has extended its web to more than 48 countries across the Middle East, South East Asia and South America, serving about 2.5 billion consumers which is about 35% of the world’s population. This feat clearly makes the brand a force to reckon with, not just in Africa but also globally.
The new Phantom 6,he explained wears an ultra slim design with premium chamfered edges, spotting the Tecno brand’s first dual rear camera technology- a high definition combination of 13 mega pixel auto-focus and 5 mega pixel fixed-focus cameras with LED flash.
Taunted by some analysts as the slimmest smartphone with dual rear cameras, the Phantom 6, according to him, stomachs an expanded internal storage space, powered by 3GB RAM for smoother operations with 32GB ROM leg room, expandable to 128GB.
“The TECNO Phantom 6 gives mobile consumers better stability, speed and possibly the best camera experience on mobile phone,” Attai Oguche, Tecno Deputy Marketing Lead, and Nigeria.
“Mobile consumers in Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt and other top mobile markets in emerging economies have not seen anything like the Phantom 6 plus. This smartphone took three years in the making and the global expertise of over five hundred engineers to deliver right on schedule,” Tecno global marketing lead, Vane Ni, said.
Also unveiled at the launch was the Tecno Phantom 6 Plus, the mobile maker’s latest phablet smartphone targeted particularly at the Middle-east mobile consumers.