Most people were anticipating a fingerprint sensor on the Tecno C9, we were guilty of that too until we were informed by a reliable source from the Tecno company, it turns out to be that the device won’t be making it with one, the large round thing you’re seeing at the back is only a Lux natural flashlight.
The design in the Camon C9 is far from a mid-ranger, it finishes with a premium design, more like a flagship device.
Some will argue that it looks a bit like the Tecno Boom J8, well, in some areas it does, having a screen size of 5.5 inch full HD display.
On the other hand, Infinix Hot S will serve display in a 5.2 inches IPS Full HD screen, the display is sharpened to a 1080 by 1920 pixels resolution, having a PPI of 424 pixels, the screen has no protections from falls and scratches.
There will be on board internal storage of 16GB for the 2GB RAM version and 32GB for the 3GB RAM version, the storage space can be further expanded to 128GB with a micro SD card if you require more space.
The Hot S is set to run on android 6.0 marshmallow with the new highly customized XOS from Infinix on top, the XOS promises a more enjoyable user interface.
As may already know, Tecno Camon CX (a.k.a Tecno Camon C10) is the successor of one of the most popular Tecno smartphones for last year – Tecno Camon C9 – and it is the latest member of the Tecno’s camera-focused phone series (Camon Cseries).
The Camon CX feature some upgrades from it predecessor, including the fingerprint sensor that was anticipated with the Camon C9, 16 MP camera (front and back), unlike the C9 that has 13 MP.
Tecno Camon CX sports a 5.5-inch display with 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution. This puts it at the same size and pixel density as its predecessor.
Camera and photography has always been the strength of the Camon series and with a 16 megapixels camera on the back, the Tecno Camon CX is carrying on the legacy. The C9 came with a 13MP camera. So, if raw specs is anything to go by this new camera should offer some improvement.
Tecno Camon CX sports an equally impressive 16 megapixels camera with dual-LED flash on the front. This means both cameras are bound to be great for photography and selfie enthusiasts. The rear camera features a Ring flash.
Tecno Camon CX runs Android 7.0 (Nougat) on the 1.5GHz octa-core Mediatek chipset. The smartphone has 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. It supports up to 128GB microSD memory card.
Tecno Camon CX has a fast fingerprint sensor that unlocks your phone in as little as 0.1 second. Tecno Camon CX supports 4G LTE on all LTE networks in Nigeria including Glo, MTN, NTel, Etisalat, Smile, and InterC.
Source: Naija Android Arena.
I’ve seen a lot of people complaining lately that the Galaxy S8 is too big. And if not the base model S8 then absolutely the Galaxy S8 Plus with its ludicrously large 6.2-inch screen. Compared to other devices we know in that space – like the Xiaomi Mi Mix and Nexus 6 – the Galaxy S8 Plus surely has to be a monster, right? Not really: it’s actually the same height as both those phones but significantly less wide.
I heard the same “too big” rumblings about the LG G6, although admittedly to a lesser degree. It’ll be too tall, they said, and yet, put it side by side with the regular sized Google Pixel, with its measly 5-inch screen, and the difference is not that noticeable, despite the G6 having a 0.7-inch larger display. The G6 is actually smaller than the Pixel XL and that device still only has a 5.5-inch screen.
Think about those display discrepancies in “old phone” terms. Take the Nexus 5 and Galaxy Note 3 for example. That’s a (close enough to) 5-inch screen and a 5.7-inch screen. But there’s over a 13mm difference in height and 10 mm difference in width between the two. Compare the LG G6 to the Pixel and that difference is down to 5mm in height and two and a half in width.
Of course, the Pixel might be a particularly bad example of “new smartphone” dimensions with its giant chin and forehead, but the LG G6 isn’t even the most extreme example of new phone dimensions. The Galaxy S8, the smaller of this year’s Samsung flagships, actually has a smaller footprint than the larger of last year’s Galaxy flagships, despite packing a 5.8-inch screen compared to the S7 Edge’s 5.5-inch display.
Read more at AndroidCentral.com.