Tecno is a brand that serves developing markets and typically focuses on value-for-money devices. These phones are not just about getting the most bang for your buck, however, instead they are tailored to the specific likes and dislikes of several key markets.
The Tecno Camon 17 Pro is one of the most advanced phones it had built to date, though it’s not quite on the level of the Camon 16 Premier, which we reviewed last year.
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