Tecno Mobile has announced the first premium smartphone Phantom X

Tecno Mobile, which is known for its budget devices, has launched the first premium handset on the market. At least that’s how the brand positions it.

The smartphone is called the Phantom X. It has a glass body with curved edges and a large 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display with FHD + resolution and a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The panel is covered with toughened Gorilla Glass 5 and has a built-in fingerprint scanner. According to the company, it fires in 0.4 seconds.

The main feature of the device is the camera. The main one received three sensors. The main sensor is 50 MP with a size of 1 / 1.3 “and aperture of f / 1.85. Next up is a 13MP telephoto lens with a 50mm lens for portrait photography and 2X optical zoom support. The third sensor is an 8 MP shirik with a coverage angle of 120 degrees. The sensors work in tandem with LED flash and laser autofocus.

As for the front camera, it is double here. The modules were installed in the hole of the screen. The main sensor is 48 MP. It is complemented by an 8MP wide-angle lens with a 105-degree angle of coverage.

If we talk about the chip, then this is perhaps the most non-premium part of the Phantom X. The device is powered by a 12nm MediaTek Helio G95 processor. The SoC comes paired with a cooling system as well as 8GB of RAM and 256GB of ROM. Other Phantom X specs include a 4,700mAh battery, 33W fast charging, USB-C port and headphone jack.

Tecno Phantom X will go on sale in July. The price tag of the novelty will be announced a little later.

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3 thoughts on “Tecno Mobile has announced the first premium smartphone Phantom X”

  1. Seems these guys are rapidly improving and it is good for users like us who want different things from a mobile device


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