TECNO Camon 11 Pro & Camon 11 with AI officially launched in Kenya

TECNO Mobile has today officially unveiled its new smartphones in the Camon series, the Camon 11 and the Camon 11 PRO in Kenya. The phones were unveiled at an event held at the Serena Hotel, in Nairobi.

Featuring improved AI technology for selfie photography in addition to many more AI-powered operational features, the devices will be Priced at Ksh 23,999 for the 64GB ROM+ 6GB RAM Camon 11 Pro and Ksh.14,999 for the 32GB ROM + 3GB RAM Camon 11.

“The revolutionary AI technology embedded in CAMON 11 PRO and CAMON 11’s camera will elevate the smartphone selfie entirely.  Selfie-lovers will enjoy the high-end 24 or 16-megapixel front camera, which has advanced with intelligent features based on artificial intelligence. AI-technology smartly allows to create high-quality self-portraits with natural skin color and optimize the image, achieving brighter colors and sharp contours.” TECNO marketing manager said.

READ >>> Tecno Camon 11 and Camon 11 Pro specs, price and availability in Kenya

According to TECNO, the New AI technology advances include more accurate facial recognition capability, CAMON 11 and CAMON 11 PRO cameras are able to improve self-portraits with the help of AI Beauty by recognizing up to 240 points on the face of the subject; deliver better beautification effects for gender and age; and the self-learning capabilities based on user preferences plus added fun features.  It also supports Face Unlock option and is equipped with its own powerful AI adjustable front LED flashlights, which allows to get beautiful and realistic photos with certain level flash customized for you.

The device will be available in all local retailers withing the next few weeks. The Camon 11 could be a direct competior to the Huawei Y9 (2019) which was launched a few weeks ago. It will be interesting to watch how the two battle out in the market.

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