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Design and Display:
Tecno Camon C8 is superbly designed and for a Tablet, it doesn't think too heavy. I for my part love the design and just about the whole thing about it.
The gadget has a 5.5³ Screen with soft keys positioned beneath the reveal. The entrance digital camera is on the top-left with the LED flash and light sensor positioned beside it.
The silver colored frame adds to the overall beauty of the device. The home button and soft keys are back lit with white LED light. The home button also lights up and blinks when there’s a notification.
Bezels are getting thinner on smartphones and the general norm is that wide bezels are unappealing. The bezel on this device is minimal, it’s not particularly thin but very moderate.
The back cover is removable but the battery isn’t. The back cover has a leather grain texture and looks similar to that on the Phantom Z .
Hardware and Software:
Camon C8 is of course an Android device – Android 5.0 Lollipop to be exact. The droid is fitted with a quad-core Mediatek MT6735 64-bit chipset and a Mali-T720 GPU. Just 1 GB RAM is on board the device, and 16 GB of internal storage of which 5 GB has been eaten up by unnecessary apps and the boot Android OS has taken a bite too. The memory of the device can be expandable to up to 32GB via an external microSD memory card though.
The Camon C8 features the tinkered music software exclusive to Tecno’s music device (Boom J7) – Boom Player. The boom player sort of amplifies the sound with a distinct quality. I would say that’s an additional props for the device.
Tecno Camon C8 runs a customized version of Android Lollipop 5.0 (64-bit) but I’m assuming there’s a planned upgrade to Android 5.1. The UI is a customized and looks pretty good.
There’s a 16GB ROM out of which the OS takes about 5GB leaving a little over about 10GB left. That’s not really a problem as there’s a slot for external memory supporting up to 32GB SD card.
The phone has a 1GB random access memory. It’s sufficient but in this age, huge specs sound magical and a lot of people are of the opinion that the phone should’ve come with a 2GB RAM capacity.
Tecno Camon C8 also has the new proprietary music software found on Tecno Boom J7 , Boom Player. I tried comparing the sound quality of the speaker with that of Tecno Phantom Z and I was amazed. It sounded way better than Tecno Phantom Z and the quality was good.
The Camon C8 is a dual sim/ dual standby device using either a standard sim card or a micro SIM. The device has access to high speed packet access (HSPA) there’s no LTE on board though, connectivity stops at 3G. The device is powered by a 3000mAh li-ion battery which is non-removable.
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