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Smartphone brand Tecno plans to launch 15 to 20 models next year Tecno

Smartphone brand Tecno plans to launch 15 to 20 models next year

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 05 Dec 2023, 11:44 pm

Smartphone brand Tecno Mobile India CEO Arijeet Talapatra on Tuesday said the company expects to launch 15 to 20 models next year.

"Our complete focus next year will be on serving the consumers," he told IBNS during an event held at The Prime Mobile and Gadget Store in Kolkata.

"We are planning to launch 15 to 20 models next year and the focus will mostly remain on 5G as it is witnessing a rapid adoption," he said.

He said the company does not have any plan to open dedicated stores at present but will continue to remain associated with top stores across the country.

"In India, 5G adoption is moving fast. We expect that from 2024 the above 12K segment will remain mostly focussed on 5G but the below 10K market will concentrate on 4G," Talapatra said.

Speaking on 6G technology, he said: "I think we will take another couple of years before we move to 6G."

"We are expecting that there will be massive adoption of 5G phones in 2024 and 2025," he said.

The technology brand introduced a special festive price of Rs. 69,999 for the much-appreciated PHANTOM V Fold, originally priced at Rs. 88,888.

Boasting a 7.65-inch 2K LTPO AMOLED foldable display, The PHANTOM V Fold offers a 5-lens Ultra HD camera system.

Starting at Rs.6,699, Spark Go 2024, the entry-level smartphone was also unveiled in Kolkata.

(Reporting by Supriyo Hazra/Image by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)

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