Tecno makes a bold statement, again –to release Phantom AIII (A3)
December 2, 2013 Editor 0
The African smartphone market has been awash with a flagship of Tecno smartphones specifically designed for the continent.
Nigeria, to be exact, has had the highest number of Tecno smartphone and feature phone sales. Tecno joined the mid range market previously dominated by Samsung and Huawei with the release of the Phantom A whose specs were quite enticing, then the Phantom A+ being such a massive hit, preceded by the Phantom AII and the Phantom pad tablet
Tecno, in a bid to book a place as a smart phone leader in Africa, is planning to release the Phantom A III (A3) in a few days from now. It comes with its 13MP and 8MP front and rear camera, a 6.0″ Capacitive HD Touch screen, 3.75G Network capability, 1.5GHz Quad Core Processor, 16GB ROM + 1 GB RAM, Dual Sim Capability, access to millions of apps and a newer version of Jellybean O.S but not the latest, which is KitKat.
Tecno still remains cagey about the exact pricing of the Phantom A3, however, speculation has it that it may go for about $ 280. This is the price range of several other mid range smartphones such as the Lumia 625 and 620.
The phone was announced via Tecno Nigeria’s facebook page under a promo dubbed “I’m coming, are you ready”? The Tecno Phantom A3 is expected in the market just about during the Christmas festive season.
Are you ready to come home with Tecno?
Images via Tecno #LiveSmart
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