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Tecno launches latest Phantom

04 December 2013, 08:34

Lagos - Tecno Mobile has launched the latest addition to its popular Phantom series of phones- Phantom A111 - into the local market.

Through such products, the Jordan-based company said it was hoping to intensify its smartphone penetration and market share expansion in Nigeria with the new phone.

Speaking at the launch of the phone in Lagos, Arif Chowdhury, Vice President, Tecno Group, said that the device was designed with a passion to give everybody access to innovation.

He explained that the new addition is part of Tecno’s unwavering effort in expanding its offering which can be seen in the superior and innovative phone.

The Phantom AIII smartphone is an upgraded version of the TECNO Phantom
A+. It has a sleeker body and bigger screen than that of its A+predecessor, it comes with 6.0” captivating HD touch screen, 4.2 android operating system. It has 3.75g network capability, with 1.5 GHz quad core processor.

It is equipped with memory capacity of 16 GB RAM, 13 MP rear camera and 8 MP front camera.

The smartphone also has social media application like Facebook, Whatsapp and Palmchat.

Meanwhile, Chowdhury announced a new collaboration with BlackBerry, which allows customers to purchase Tecno devices, pre-loaded with the famous BBM application.

Also speaking at the launch, Boukali Mounir,  Digital Marketing and Public Relations Manager West Africa at Tecno, said the Phantom AIII came with free monthly 500 MB free data for 12 months from Etisalat.

– CAJ News


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