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[Photos] Tecno’s Upcoming Smartphone Will Run Android Lollipop

 


2months back , we had a chat with one of the Tecno’s Top Managers in Nigeria.. He hinted that the next Tecno phantom smartphone will run Android Lollipop Os and will use 3GB or 4GB RAM (undecided). We were assured that Tecno’s flagship smartphone for 2015 is going to be a Screamer!!. That was 2 months ago. Everything felt strange. It was too good to be true. Tecno? 4GB RAM Smartphone in 2015? Hell no! , we thought.

An E-mail came in this morning . We were initially reluctant to open it but the title was just too good to be true. “Photos Of Tecno’s Upcoming Smartphone. We quickly opened it. Lo and behold , we saw photos of Tecno’s next smartphone ; running Android Lollipop. Have a look :

Tecno Leaked

Leaked

The pictures above shows a Tecno smartphone running Android Lollipop Os. The UI Looks pretty different from what we saw on Tecno Boom J7. We’re not sure of the screen size but it looks like a 5 inch smartphone. The design has some metal finishing although the phone looks a bit bulky(My eyes could be deceiving me).

The back shows an 8MP camera with double flash. We’re not sure what Tecno have in mind.

Boom Camera

Its OK for you to get excited. But keep it in mind that this is just a rumor. Nothing is 100% sure until we get an official statement from Tecno.

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