TECNO Camon 16 set to launch in Uganda, here is what to expect
TECNO Camon 16 is slated to launch in Uganda this October as per the latest insights from TECNO Mobile Uganda. Published through a Facebook post, the TECNO Camon 16 is set on the launchpad for a mid-October launch date to succeed the TECNO Camon 15.
As per launchpad insights, Camon 16 brings to play a catalog of new features compared to its predecessors. Having launched the Smartphone in Kenya earlier last Month (September), the Camon 16 will follow a market trend preset by the Camon 15 that launched in Q2 2020.
If compared to its predecessors, the Camon 16 equips new standards headlined by a new notch display. A dual punch hole notch teases the Smartphone’s display levels as multi-camera support raves with a quad rear setup (4 Cameras).
A 64MP main snapper, an 8MP Ultra-wide + 2MP Macro, and 2MP depth sensors make up the quad rear camera setup. To the front, a dual setup consisting of a 48MP + 8MP snappers takes shape under the dual punch hole notch.
What to Expect and how to pre-order the TECNO Camon 16
Apparently, USB C is supported by the Camon 16 straight out of the box. After years in the cold since the Phantom 8 launch, TECNO Mobile had never hinted on bracing USB Type C, instead, clogged on Micro USB for all releases.
But given pressure dynamics from customers, the brand has finally braced Type C as a new standard for latest releases. So, starting with the Camon 16, USB C might be the default port standard for not only the Camon series, but all midrange entrants.
By price, TECNO Mobile has not revealed how much the Smartphone will cost as yet, but pre-orders are currently open for customers at a default price tag of UGX 50,000. So, at only 50,000/= you can book a Camon 16 at any official TECNO outlet with an expected launch date of 12th October 2020.
Much more like a standard, once we receive a Camon 16 review unit from Tecno Mobile, we shall uncover what the Smartphone has to offer against rival midrange releases like the Camon 15 which also launched earlier this year.