This Tecno Camon i handset was launched few weeks back, it is priced at Rs. 8,999. The Camon i is quad core powered, packed with finger print sensor and features a 18:9 display. So how is this handset, for now check the unboxing and first impression.

The box packing is unique check the video review. Inside the box you will get the handset, screen guard that is pre-installed on the screen, user manual, warranty card, data cable (USB to micro USB), travel charger 5V / 1.2A and earphone with earphone plug caps. It is SAR safe but exact value is not mentioned on the box.

The Tecno Camon i is light weight and pretty slim, the moment you hold it you will know. Build and finishing is very good, body is made of plastic and the looks specially on the back, it will remind you of Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus handsets.

Overall the quality is pretty good, you can use 2 nano SIM’s and a micro SD card all together. Plus ViLTE is supported you can make video calls directly from the dialler. There is LED notification and OTG is supported.

Tecno Camon i unboxing

The Tecno Camon i comes with 3 sensors (accelerometer, proximity and light), running Hi OS based on Android 7.0. Rear camera as well as front camera is 13MP shooter. On the rear there are 4 LED flash light.

Inside the hood the Camon i is powered by MediaTek MT6737 quad core processor and packed with 3050 mAh battery. Screen is 5.65 inches protected with Corning Gorilla Glass and with 1440 x 720 pixels (HD+) resolution.

Full review coming soon, stay tuned.

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