Tecno – Mobile company have made their presence felt in Nigeria and they are determined to go head to head with Samsung to see that they grab their share of the Nigerian market when it comes to smartphones. Already, they have highjacked lower end sales of phones from Nokia and they are now ready to move head on to the Smartphone battle ground as far as Nigeria is concerned.
Recently, it was the release of Tecno N7 that people couldn’t stop talking about due to what was packed into the smartphone. However, they didn’t stop there, they move on to produce Tecno Phantom A which was even more dashing than Tecno N7 due to its specifications which is twice as better than the N7.
Now, Tecno have moved on to produce its first Tablet known has the Tecno Phantom N9 Pad. See the images below with more on the way soon.
This pad is a 8 inch white sleek body tablet running Android Jelly Bean 4.2.1 with Kernel version 3.4.5. Its a quad core 1.2GHz CPU tablet with 5mp rear camera and 2.0mp front camera.
For now, only the white version is available. It has a silver back plat with speakers and camera embedded.
Below are the detailed Specifications of this tablet and it is scheduled to be released by end of June.
Model: Tecno Phantom N9
Operating System: Android Jelly Bean 4.2.1
Band: GSM 900/ DCS 1800/WCDMA 2100 MHz
Dimension: 204 x 154 x 9.9 mm
Display: 8.0 inch capacity Touch screen
Resolution: 768 x 1024
Processor: Quad Core 1.2 GHz CPU
Camera: 5.0 MP back camera and 2.0MP front camera
Audio Format: MP3, MIDI, AMR, WAV, AAC
Video Format: MP4, 3GP, AVI
Memory: 16 GB ROM with MicroSD Slot to expand to 32GB
RAM: 1.0 GB
Messaging and SNS: Gmail, Facebook
Connectivity: GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, USB, 3.5mm Earphone Jack
Battery Capacity: 4500mAh
Talk Time: Up to 8hrs
Standby Time: Up to 500hrs
Sensor: G Sensor
SIM : Single SIM
Tentatively this device would sell between 35 – 40k in Naira according to my source.
Pros: Its running Android Jelly Bean, camera is good, RAM and ROM are good and the price is considerate
Cons: Battery life for tab should be higher, Resolution is not HD
Its not bad. Its going to be a welcome device and am sure Nigerians would by it, especially those that want a tablet and don’t want to spend so much to get an iPad or a Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0.