It’s almost the end of the year and the big news is TECNO Mobile is set to launch an addition to its camera-centric CAMON smartphone series. If this news is anything to go by, the phone giant will be dabbling into the Artificial Intelligence space as it’s set to unveil its first ever AI camera smartphone. If you are a selfie lover, photography enthusiast or tech-savvy individual, then this is information you will find insightful.

Like its predecessors, the new CAMON is set to launch with higher pixels, powerful sensors, and advanced autofocus. These features will make it perform exceptionally well as far as taking selfie-shots in bright and low-light scenarios is concerned.  Although these features are amazing, we are specifically looking forward to the AI feature and we can tell it means more juice is offered to the photographic ability of the Camon Series.

With a rumored release date of November 19, the new CAMONis suspected to come with a 24MP AI selfie camera with adjustable flashlights. However, we are looking forward to seeing how this will push forward the ability if the most popular Android Smartphone camera in Africa.

Talking about display and design, we expect the new CAMON to be slicker and slimmer, perhaps with a notch. Will the fingerprint be on the screen, behind or beside the phone? We can’t wait.

The device will most likely come with AndroidTM 8.1 (Go edition) operating system and the google assistant, which means users can give instructions to the phone without having to touch it.

TECNO smartphones are noted for having high-end features without the high-end price, therefore the new CAMON is expected to be made available at a value-friendly price tag.

While we anticipate the release of this smartphone, this is the year we are seeing TECNO launch three different CAMON devices. We’ve had the Camon CM, Camon X and now another Camon. What will it be called? Camon X1?

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