Not quite Premier, but still a Pro, the Camon 17 Pro is Tecno’s latest and greatest, bringing decent camera hardware, powerful midrange chipset and a big battery, all for about €250 to €300 depending on who you ask.
Africa being the primary market for Tecno, we’re finding the Camon 17 Pro at Nigerian retailers for as low as NGN130K (€260). That will get you a large, 6.8-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate, though it’s an LCD and not OLED.
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