The TECNO Camon C7 is here just weeks after the arrival of the Camon C9. We have spent a little over 24 hours with the phone. Here…

TECNO Camon C7 Unboxing and First impressions

The TECNO Camon C7 is here just weeks after the arrival of the Camon C9. We have spent a little over 24 hours with the phone. Here are our Camon C7 Unboxing photos and first impressions.

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TECNO Camon C7 Unboxing

Enjoy the following close-up photos of the Camon C7 out of the box.

Camon C7 Unboxing - box

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TECNO Camon C7 - box open

TECNO Camon C7 unboxing - accessories

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TECNO Camon C7 Unboxing -  showcase

TECNO Camon C7 - loudspeaker grill

TECNO Camon C7 - rear camera

TECNO Camon C7 Unboxing - card slots

TECNO Camon C7 Unboxing/Introduction Video



TECNO Camon C7 First Impressions

Right off the bat, the TECNO Camon C7 is a very handy 5-inch display phone. It is light in the hand and very comfy. The sandstone black unit is fabulous. It feels solidly built too. I like that it has a dedicated hardware camera shutter button. The battery is removable, and there is a dedicated SIM card slot. Being a TECNO, we have two SIM slots in there. One of the slots houses a regular mini SIM card, while the other fits in a micro SIM card. Sweet.

In summary, the C7 is a Camon C9 mini version. You get the 13 megapixel cameras and iris scanner, but everything else is pared down. The result is a more compact, slightly less powerful but equally appealing smartphone that costs about N10,000 less. Watch out for our full review.

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