The phone was the shining star at a time when the Chinese vendor had decided to skip the flagship Phantom series, which has since been refreshed with a new Phantom 9, and honestly, it wasn’t at par with the competition, especially on paper.
The initial asking price wasn’t doing the device any favors either, especially in a market that already had the Huawei Y9 2019 grabbing all the attention, but the latest discount makes it a great pick for anyone looking for a decent budget phone.
Specs-wise, the Camon 11 Pro ships with a 6.2-inch HD+ Super FullView display screen, a MediaTek 6739 chipset, 6/64GB memory, a dual-lens 16MP + 5MP main camera, 24MP selfie camera, a 3750mAh battery, and runs Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
Until now, though, there are no signs of Android Pie update for the Camon 11 Pro and other Tecno phones, which could be a concern for those who care about software updates.
Oh, and BTW, the Camon 11 Pro also supports Faiba 4G, which is a plus for anyone looking to try JTL’s network.
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