To firm up its retail footprint in the country, Lenovo-owned Motorola on Thursday announced it would open 50 Moto Hubs stores in the capital this month.
TECNO Mobile, a subsidiary of Hong Kong-based Transsion Holdings, on Thursday unveiled a selfie-centric smartphone “Camon i” — its first under the global flagship Camon series — in India at Rs 8,990. The 5.65-inch HD+ device with 18:9 “Full View” IPS display sports 13MP front camera with dual flash and 13MP rear camera with Quad-LED flash. “The key focus area central to our India strategy for 2018 is ‘Camera-centric’ smartphones line-up enabled with Full View display. ‘Camon i’ will play a vital role in bolstering TECNO’s India growth story,” Lin Qin, Vice President, TRANSSION Holdings, said in a statement.
The device offers a wide angle 80-degree selfies, with screen flash and LED flash. The rear camera with 4X flash is optimised with ‘Night Shot Algorithm’ to make images brighter in low-light conditions. “With Camon series in our portfolio, we are certain that TECNO will soon make it to the Top 5 smartphone brands in India market,” Qin added. It is powered by the MediaTek 6737H quad-core 1.3GHZ processor and includes 3GB RAM and 32GB of inbuilt storage. “Camon i” will be available from the first week of February across 30,000 retail outlets.