18 June 2014

Ghana: Tecno Unveils New Smartphone R7

TECNO Mobile, the leading dual Sim mobile phone manufacturer has launched a new addition to its smartphone range of phones. The new TECNO R7, hailed as the brand's most sophisticated device yet, was unveiled at a short ceremony in Accra.

The R7, a modern handheld device with an incredible dose of quality is being launched on the back of the outfit's winning of smartphone of the year at the recently held Ghana Telecom Awards. The R7 is the first 1.5 GH¢ 6 Core Processor handheld device on the Ghanaian market. With a unique superior performance, it is chic, portable and affordable.

Stylishly curated, the R7 runs on the Android 4.2 jelly bean operating system, and has a 5.5 HD camera quality, shades better than any other smartphone on the market. The R7 also accommodates up to 3.75G mobile data connection, giving users tremendous speed power, and unlimited surfing and streaming options.

The new device is auto-complete with a dial pad, and is social media and chat friendly. "Our new product is futuristic in many ways," Business Development Manager at TECNO, Daniel Glover said. "The R7 comes with a great detail of quality that makes it a market leader. This was built with our customers, and new users alike in mind."

The fastest growing mobile phone brand in TECNO is headquartered in Hong Kong with an Operations Centre in Dubai and Research & Development centres in France and Korea.

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