Transsion Holding Starts Retailing Phantom 9 on Flipkart

  • Tecno has forayed into the e-commerce space with Phantom 9 smartphone
  • Phantom 9 features in-display fingerprint sensor and 6GB RAM
Tecno Phantom 9 Smartphone

Tecno is organizing the first sale of its Phantom 9 smartphone in India today. Priced Rs 14,999 Tecno Phantom 9 smartphone is first flagship level smartphone by the company. It is to be noted here that Tecno, like itel, Syinix and Infinix are brands operated by Transsion Holding in India.

Marco Ma, COO, Transsion India, has recently said that the company looks towards India as a key market. He had also mentioned that the company is working on expanding its reach in the country. He said, ““We are expanding our presence in India and want to reach out to all our consumers across the length and breadth of the country. Our partnership with Flipkart will be instrumental in making Tecno range of smartphones available PAN India.”

In-display fingerprint sensor

Phantom 9, as per the company, has become the first smartphone under 15k segment to offer in-display fingerprint sensor. It incorporates photosensitive fingerprint technology and uses lens under the screen for screen unlocking. The Phantom 9 comes packed with a triple rear camera setup. It is an integration of a 16MP primary camera with large f/1.8 aperture, 2MP depth-sensing lens and an additional 8MP 120-degree ultra-wide lens. It also comes equipped with Google Lens features.

Tecno’s official statement read, “Streaming video is a delightful experience on Phantom 9, with its 6.4-inch screen and 19.5:9 Dot Notch display. Enriched with a FHD+ AMOLED, 600 Nits brightness and 91.47 per cent screen to body ratio, it gives more screen space that allows users to see more. In landscape mode, watching movies, TV shows, and games becomes much more engaging. In short, multi-task like a pro, even on-the-go!”

It continued, “The Phantom 9 is packed with a 3500 mAh battery so as to ensure your handset does not quite run out of charge while you indulge in some unplugged photographic experiences.”