Tenor or 10.or – a new brand launched the Tenor E handset powered by Snapdragon 430 octa core processor and with a attractive price tag of Rs. 7,999 for 2GB/16GB variant and Rs. 8,999 for 3GB/32GB variant. Here is the first impression and unboxing of Tenor E smartphone.

Unboxing : Inside the compact box you will get the Tenor E handset, user manual, warranty card, SIM ejector Pin, data cable USB to micro USB and travel charger 5V/2A. The SAR values are also mentioned on the box – 0.88W/kg@1gm head and 0.9W/kg@1gm body.

Build and finishing is very good considering the price, will be available in Black and Gold color options. Handset weight is around 160 grams with 4000 mAh non-removable battery. Screen is 5.5 inches with full HD resolution (1080p), it is corning gorilla glass 3 protected and using 2.5D curved glass. Color reproduction, viewing angles are very good.

Tenor E unboxing

There are two SIM tray the top one is for the micro SD card (128GB max) and the bottom one can house 2x nano SIMs. 4G with VoLTE is supported and it works on both the SIM slots, you however cannot use 4G on both SIMs simultaneously. You can use 2x SIM and a micro SD card all together.

There is LED notification and OTG did not work. This handset comes with a 13MP primary camera and 5MP secondary camera. The finger print sensor on the back is fast and accurate. This handset is running Stock Android Nougat 7.1.2 and it will get Android Oreo update.

Tenor E first impression

The next part of the Tenor E review will cover the performance, gaming, camera quality and battery life.

It does look like a very good buy for the price, in case you want to go ahead.

Tenor E goes on sale on Amazon on 14th September from 11 AM onwards. 2GB + 16GB at Rs. 7,999 and 3GB+32GB for Rs. 8,999.

By Rajeev Rana

Founder and Chief Editor - gogi.in