The TECNO Camon series has always been about camera performance. The latest members of the line are the Camon 15, Camon 15 Air and Camon 15 Premium. All are equipped with more than enough camera sensors to make a point, and you are here to find out if the optics will meet your daily needs.|
Main: quad setup with a 48 MP unit, two 2 MP sensors, and a fourth QVGA lens. The system is also capable of 1080p video at 30 frames per second.
Secondary: 16 MP punched in the IPS LCD display. This is also the second time that we have seen TECNO take this route after sneaking in the same front camera arrangement in the TECNO Camon 12 Air.
Camon 15 night mode
Night shots are quite good too, and are actually better if you choose to fire up the bright LED flash for closer subjects. I am glad that there is a dedicated night mode, which most companies seem to be doing. You can judge the results by yourself. seem to be doing. You can judge the results by yourself.
picture taken in night mode
picture taken in pitch darkness
taken without night mode
It is obvious that TECNO Camon 15 has all the numbers to support its commitment to making camera tech great for its customer base.
This smart handheld is also targeting budget-conscious customers who do not want to make a hole in their pocket when buying a phone. The same customer also wants a good camera experience, and for the most part, the Camon series has filled that gap