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Tecno Phantom 10 with USB Type-C and Helio G70 CPU on the way

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It seems Tecno Mobility is currently working to announce the successor of the Phantom 9 launched back in 2019. According to source, the Tecno Phantom 10, or Phantom X as it may be called, will succeed the 9 as the company’s 2020 flag bearer.

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According to report, the Tecno Phantom 10 will come in two version; the standard 10 and the Phantom 10 Premier. Both smartphones will be powered by an octa-core Mediatek Helio G70 gaming CPU, and will have up 8GB RAM pegged with 128GB internal storage.

Tecno Phantom 10 with USB Type-C and Helio G70 CPU on the way

On the camera department, the upcoming Tecno flagship phone will spot four camera modules at the back, with the main snapper being a 64-megapixel sensor, along with three other auxiliary lenses. Interestingly, the Phantom 10-series will be using a pop-up selfie snapper of up to 40-megapixel.

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Tecno Phantom 10 specifications features and price

With the selfie camera being a pop lens, it means the next phantom-series will have a distraction free display similar to what we saw on the Tecno Camon 15 pro and Premier series.

Talking about display, the device is tipped to mount a large 6.8-inches display with a Full-HD+ screen. The display panel will be an AMOLED screen, and should come with same in-screen fingerprint scanner just like it predecessor.

Tecno Phantom 10 with USB Type-C and Helio G70 CPU on the way

As for the battery compartment, the vanilla Phantom 10 will come with a 5000mAh battery, while the 10 Premier will have a lowered 4000mAh battery but with a faster charging speed. Both phones will for the first time in Tecno smartphone history, charge via a USB Type-C interface, and run Google Android 10 out of the box

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