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TECNO CAMON 17 will launch the all new Android 12 via its upcoming HiOS 8.5

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TECNO CAMON 17 will launch the all new Android 12 via its upcoming HiOS 8.5

We’re excited about the updates to Android 12, which provide a more convenient and personalized experience for consumers, ranging from a new UI design to full security.

HONG KONG, China, October 12, 2021 / APO Group / –

With the public release of the highly anticipated Android 12, the TECNO CAMON 17 will be among the first phones to roll out the major update. The update will overhaul a number of major aspects including software infrastructure, security and privacy, connectivity, user experience, gaming, and more.

Android 12 will be rolled out on TECNO’s upcoming HiOS 8.5 for CAMON 17 and PHANTOM X, which will soon be enjoyed by millions of users.

Stephen Ha, Managing Director of TECNO, said: “TECNO has always been committed to providing users in emerging markets with cutting edge technologies in sync with industry trends and continuously optimizing the experience of using our products. devices. We are excited about the updates to Android 12, which provide consumers with a more convenient and personalized experience, ranging from a new user interface design to comprehensive security and life protection upgrades. private.

TECNO CAMON 17 has experienced strong consumer demand since its inception. It’s the digital generation’s phone choice for taking selfies, thanks to its 48MP selfie camera capturing beautiful details with an added professional finish. Built-in AI technology can elevate the selfie with precise algorithms that can identify characteristics based on gender and adjust the light of the surroundings so that the user is in the foreground and center of the shot. The wide selection of user-friendly tools helps users customize the images they want to represent. Armed with 5000mAh battery, 6GB + 128GB memory storage, 90Hz high refresh rate on 6.6 inch FHD display, CAMON 17 is a reliable companion for many people. across the world, and the Android 12 update is sure to be a welcome addition.

The custom HiOS8.5 will launch simultaneously on CAMON 17 with the update to Android 12. By the end of this year, global CAMON 17 users will all receive a push on the upgrade to Android 12 version. .

Based on the new Android 12, HiOS 8.5 will be redesigned to feel more responsive and intuitive for users, who will be able to experience more unified themes across apps and even devices. For example, widgets will appear more rounded and accessible in Android 12, so that users can easily retrieve information.

When it comes to privacy protection, HiOS is also optimized. The Za-Hooc security concept, which integrates software and hardware, was recently launched last year and has attracted a lot of attention among fans. Newly adapted clipboard notifications and rough locations with Android are worth waiting for.

Finally, on HiOS8.5, the functions related to the performance of the game will be further optimized, and the barrage and call rejection features that have always captured the attention of users will also continue to be optimized. All of this means that HiOS 8.5 will be much more than expected.

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