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TECNO Official Thread by Nobody: 6:54am On Jul 08, 2017
Having watched closely about the success of other mobile brands due to their compacted threads and with the absence of a thread for the greatest mobile brand like TECNO, one has to be created in order to bring all users and would be users to one platform to share info and give assitance where needed and so on. Let's get started.......

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by codlord: 6:58am On Jul 08, 2017
i have been waiting for this. Nice one.

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by Dam5reey(m): 7:01am On Jul 08, 2017
Noted.. watching in 7D

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by Wizbird: 7:30am On Jul 08, 2017
codlord:
i have been waiting for this. Nice one.
You are here?
So TECNO is greatest?
Loollllll
Lemme watch from my room.
Re: TECNO Official Thread by codlord: 7:42am On Jul 08, 2017
Wizbird:
You are here?
So TECNO is greatest?
Loollllll
Lemme watch from my room.
Yes I am here, I use a Phantom 6 plus and the review is as follows:

Summary

10-core /4GB RAM/Type-C/3A fast charge
Color: Champagne gold
Storage (ROM): 64GB
Display:
6.0-inch
FHD(1920 x 1080)
Support five touch
Camera:
Front Camera: 8.0M FF
Rear Camera: 21.0MP
Battery: 4050 mAh
OS: HiOS 1.1, based on
Specifications
Memory (RAM): 4GB
Storage (ROM): 64GB
Expandable Storage (Up to): 128GB
Dimensions:Height*Width*Depth
160.35mm*83.46mm*7.7mm
Display:
6.0-inch
FHD(1920 x 1080)
Support five touch
Processor: MT6797M 10 cortex 20nm

SIM Card: Micro SIM +Nano SIM
Connector: Type-C
In the Box
In-ear type earphones
Type-C cable
Charger
SIM ejector tool
Documentation
Case
Protective film (applied)
Tempered Screen Protector

So, I call that great.

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by ipobarecriminals: 7:44am On Jul 08, 2017
grin wink grin embarassed sad go around "mechanic workshops "u'll see how they abandoned ur greatest brand there for either repair/total abandoned. Useless phone

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by codlord: 10:25am On Jul 08, 2017
ipobarecriminals:
grin wink grin embarassed sad go around "mechanic workshops "u'll see how they abandoned ur greatest brand there for either repair/total abandoned. Useless phone
Which one is mechanic workshop, that aside there is no kind of phone you won't find in a repairing outlet. It can be useless to you thesame way yours might also be to others.

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by Nobody: 10:29am On Jul 08, 2017
codlord:
Which one is mechanic workshop, that aside there is no kind of phone you won't find in a repairing outlet. It can be useless to you thesame way yours might also be to others.
Very correct i must say.

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by codlord: 3:10pm On Jul 11, 2017
Phantom

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by Blazinraj01(f): 4:32pm On Jul 11, 2017
Nice one...

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by orobs93(m): 4:39pm On Jul 11, 2017
Please techno camon screen how much is it
Re: TECNO Official Thread by codlord: 11:19pm On Jul 11, 2017
orobs93:
Please techno camon screen how much is it
which of the camon series precisely
Re: TECNO Official Thread by codlord: 11:39pm On Jul 11, 2017
HOW TO MAXIMIZE AND EXTEND BATTERY PERFORMANCE
[color=#990000][/color]


1. If your phone has an AMOLED screen (like most Samsungs), use a dark colored background, because AMOLED screens only illuminate the colored pixels. Black pixels are unlit, so the more black pixels you have, or the more darker pixels, the less battery you need to light them up.
2. Using darker app backgrounds/themes and darker launcher themes will further prolong your battery life (if your device has an AMOLED screen).
3. Don't use display auto-brightness rather control it manually.
4. Switch off vibrate. It actually takes more power to vibrate your phone than it does to ring it.
5. Only use original batteries or respected third party manufacturer batteries.
6. Set your display's screen timeout to as short a time as is practical for you.
7. Set ''sleep times'' or ''blocking mode'' to switch off Wi-Fi and mobile data when you don't need them.
8. Turn off smart features like air gestures, smart scrolling and the like. Unless you really use these features every day, they're just using battery power for a feature you don't use.
9. Turn off GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi and mobile data whenever you don't need them.
10. Use lock screen widgets or notifications if your ROM supports them, or install an app that does it for you like Dynamic Notifications. You'll be able to get basically all your content without having to unlock your phone fully and navigating around. You still need to light your screen up, but you'll have it on for much less time than normal. If you have an AMOLED screen device, using a lock screen notification app with a black background can save your battery life significantly.
11. Ditch widgets you don't really need, especially those that are connected to the internet like weather widgets.
12. Keep your apps updated. There's a reason developers constantly update apps, and many of these reasons are memory and battery optimizations. Likewise, delete old apps you no longer use, as these may be running background processes that chew up RAM and battery life.
13. If your phone has a battery or power saving mode or other battery management option, make use of it.
14. All ROMs, whether it's stock Android, OEM UI's like TouchWiz or custom ROMs like CyanogenMod, have various settings in the menu to help conserve or optimize battery consumption here and there. Find these various options for your device and ROM and make them work for you!
15. Turn off auto-syncing for Google accounts. If you don't need every single Google account updated every fifteen minutes, just go into yourSettings and Google account and turn off auto-sync for those apps you don't need constantly updated.
16. Set apps to update only when you launch them. If you rarely (or very frequently) open an app, it might be better to only have it update when you do so, rather than updating automatically all the time via push notifications or sync intervals.

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by SleekMadam: 12:11am On Jul 12, 2017
codlord:
Phantom


The love I've for this phone ehn

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by orobs93(m): 7:41am On Jul 12, 2017
codlord:
which of the camon series precisely

Camon C7 and C9
Re: TECNO Official Thread by Ennyholar: 8:58am On Jul 12, 2017
Watching in CX

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by codlord: 11:28am On Jul 12, 2017
orobs93:


Camon C7 and C9
Well a friend of mine replaced his own with #9,800 around May this year in Enugu. So the price should still be around this range or slightly up.
Re: TECNO Official Thread by orobs93(m): 12:06pm On Jul 12, 2017
codlord:
Well a friend of mine replaced his own with #9,800 around May this year in Enugu. So the price should still be around this range or slightly up.

Ok thank you

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by bravesoul247(m): 1:35pm On Jul 12, 2017
Nice one OP. I am currently using the Tecno L9 plus and I must say I not regretting getting the phone.

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by Wizbird: 2:33pm On Jul 12, 2017
codlord:
HOW TO MAXIMIZE AND EXTEND BATTERY PERFORMANCE
[color=#990000][/color]


1. If your phone has an AMOLED screen (like most Samsungs), use a dark colored background, because AMOLED screens only illuminate the colored pixels. Black pixels are unlit, so the more black pixels you have, or the more darker pixels, the less battery you need to light them up.
2. Using darker app backgrounds/themes and darker launcher themes will further prolong your battery life (if your device has an AMOLED screen).
3. Don't use display auto-brightness rather control it manually.
4. Switch off vibrate. It actually takes more power to vibrate your phone than it does to ring it.
5. Only use original batteries or respected third party manufacturer batteries.
6. Set your display's screen timeout to as short a time as is practical for you.
7. Set ''sleep times'' or ''blocking mode'' to switch off Wi-Fi and mobile data when you don't need them.
8. Turn off smart features like air gestures, smart scrolling and the like. Unless you really use these features every day, they're just using battery power for a feature you don't use.
9. Turn off GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi and mobile data whenever you don't need them.
10. Use lock screen widgets or notifications if your ROM supports them, or install an app that does it for you like Dynamic Notifications. You'll be able to get basically all your content without having to unlock your phone fully and navigating around. You still need to light your screen up, but you'll have it on for much less time than normal. If you have an AMOLED screen device, using a lock screen notification app with a black background can save your battery life significantly.
11. Ditch widgets you don't really need, especially those that are connected to the internet like weather widgets.
12. Keep your apps updated. There's a reason developers constantly update apps, and many of these reasons are memory and battery optimizations. Likewise, delete old apps you no longer use, as these may be running background processes that chew up RAM and battery life.
13. If your phone has a battery or power saving mode or other battery management option, make use of it.
14. All ROMs, whether it's stock Android, OEM UI's like TouchWiz or custom ROMs like CyanogenMod, have various settings in the menu to help conserve or optimize battery consumption here and there. Find these various options for your device and ROM and make them work for you!
15. Turn off auto-syncing for Google accounts. If you don't need every single Google account updated every fifteen minutes, just go into yourSettings and Google account and turn off auto-sync for those apps you don't need constantly updated.
16. Set apps to update only when you launch them. If you rarely (or very frequently) open an app, it might be better to only have it update when you do so, rather than updating automatically all the time via push notifications or sync intervals.

This is informative I must say. Never knew the effect of some of them before now.

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by Nobody: 4:14am On Jul 13, 2017
Neat Camon c8 up for sale, pm me
Re: TECNO Official Thread by kogbaski99: 11:46am On Jul 13, 2017
This is a great development nice one

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by codlord: 1:12pm On Jul 13, 2017
Wizbird:


This is informative I must say. Never knew the effect of some of them before now.
Lol, knowledge is power. We are going places only a matter of time.

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by missslimzy(f): 1:40pm On Jul 13, 2017
No one regrets using that phone
bravesoul247:
Nice one OP. I am currently using the Tecno L9 plus and I must say I not regretting getting the phone.
Re: TECNO Official Thread by omoalajah(m): 1:55pm On Jul 13, 2017
Nice tips
codlord:
HOW TO MAXIMIZE AND EXTEND BATTERY PERFORMANCE
[color=#990000][/color]


1. If your phone has an AMOLED screen (like most Samsungs), use a dark colored background, because AMOLED screens only illuminate the colored pixels. Black pixels are unlit, so the more black pixels you have, or the more darker pixels, the less battery you need to light them up.
2. Using darker app backgrounds/themes and darker launcher themes will further prolong your battery life (if your device has an AMOLED screen).
3. Don't use display auto-brightness rather control it manually.
4. Switch off vibrate. It actually takes more power to vibrate your phone than it does to ring it.
5. Only use original batteries or respected third party manufacturer batteries.
6. Set your display's screen timeout to as short a time as is practical for you.
7. Set ''sleep times'' or ''blocking mode'' to switch off Wi-Fi and mobile data when you don't need them.
8. Turn off smart features like air gestures, smart scrolling and the like. Unless you really use these features every day, they're just using battery power for a feature you don't use.
9. Turn off GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi and mobile data whenever you don't need them.
10. Use lock screen widgets or notifications if your ROM supports them, or install an app that does it for you like Dynamic Notifications. You'll be able to get basically all your content without having to unlock your phone fully and navigating around. You still need to light your screen up, but you'll have it on for much less time than normal. If you have an AMOLED screen device, using a lock screen notification app with a black background can save your battery life significantly.
11. Ditch widgets you don't really need, especially those that are connected to the internet like weather widgets.
12. Keep your apps updated. There's a reason developers constantly update apps, and many of these reasons are memory and battery optimizations. Likewise, delete old apps you no longer use, as these may be running background processes that chew up RAM and battery life.
13. If your phone has a battery or power saving mode or other battery management option, make use of it.
14. All ROMs, whether it's stock Android, OEM UI's like TouchWiz or custom ROMs like CyanogenMod, have various settings in the menu to help conserve or optimize battery consumption here and there. Find these various options for your device and ROM and make them work for you!
15. Turn off auto-syncing for Google accounts. If you don't need every single Google account updated every fifteen minutes, just go into yourSettings and Google account and turn off auto-sync for those apps you don't need constantly updated.
16. Set apps to update only when you launch them. If you rarely (or very frequently) open an app, it might be better to only have it update when you do so, rather than updating automatically all the time via push notifications or sync intervals.

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by datyorubaboy: 2:02pm On Jul 13, 2017
I was here.... Lets interact

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by Nobody: 3:43pm On Jul 13, 2017
TECNO LAUNCHES CAMON CX LIMITED EDITION

The Camon CX Limited Edition was Launched today at
The Renaissance Hotel Ikeja GRA Lagos.

The Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition comes with a 4GB RAM and a massive 64GB internal memory. It also carries a 16Mp camera for great selfies and other great features.

You get a free gift box and a VIP card when you order from any of the 58 branches of SLOT Systems Limited nationwide. #HonorOfTheBlue #CXLimitedEdition

Re: TECNO Official Thread by codlord: 4:30pm On Jul 13, 2017
Davidtolu:
TECNO LAUNCHES CAMON CX LIMITED EDITION

The Camon CX Limited Edition was Launched today at
The Renaissance Hotel Ikeja GRA Lagos.

The Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition comes with a 4GB RAM and a massive 64GB internal memory. It also carries a 16Mp camera for great selfies and other great features.

You get a free gift box and a VIP card when you order from any of the 58 branches of SLOT Systems Limited nationwide. #HonorOfTheBlue #CXLimitedEdition

Wow
64GB!!, that is a great deal. I just hope the price is friendly.
Re: TECNO Official Thread by Vicboi1(m): 5:42pm On Jul 13, 2017
nice thread am using phantom 6+ and the phone is awesome

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by Blazinraj01(f): 6:17pm On Jul 13, 2017
Davidtolu:
TECNO LAUNCHES CAMON CX LIMITED EDITION

The Camon CX Limited Edition was Launched today at
The Renaissance Hotel Ikeja GRA Lagos.

The Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition comes with a 4GB RAM and a massive 64GB internal memory. It also carries a 16Mp camera for great selfies and other great features.

You get a free gift box and a VIP card when you order from any of the 58 branches of SLOT Systems Limited nationwide. #HonorOfTheBlue #CXLimitedEdition

Since they knew they were going to launch the limited version, they could have made the CX a 3/32gig ROM instead of having the same capacity as the CX air. It would have made better sense

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Re: TECNO Official Thread by Nobody: 8:53pm On Jul 13, 2017
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Re: TECNO Official Thread by codlord: 9:44pm On Jul 13, 2017
Blazinraj01:
Since they knew they were going to launch the limited version, they could have made the CX a 3/32gig ROM instead of having the same capacity as the CX air. It would have made better sense
Abi o, I just tire for them. This limited version is dope sha.

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