There is an atmosphere of mystery surrounding two recent Anatel certifications. The Spark 8C and Camon 19 devices, both from Tecno, were approved by the agency in a short time. Officially, the brand is not in Brazil, despite having a website and a Facebook dedicated to the country. The recent approvals, however, make one suspect: would this be Tecno’s arrival here?
THE techno is a Chinese cellphone brand subsidiary of Transsion Holdingsa manufacturer that is already in Brazil through infinix — company whose smartphones are sold by Positivo🇧🇷
The approvals, however, were not requested by Positivo or by any other large company in the sector, being in the name of a company called Lee Trading Import and Export Eireli🇧🇷
With requests approved between October and September by Anatel, the approvals refer to two of Tecno’s main smartphones, with special emphasis on the Spark 8Cwhich currently appears in evidence on the brand’s Brazilian website🇧🇷
The device had two of its models certified by the agency: the first, the KG5K, on October 4th, while the second, the KG5J, on the 21st.
O Spark 8C it is an entry-level model, despite the SoC Unisoc T606 (octa-core 1.6 GHz), it has only 2 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. On the other hand, the battery is generous, with 5,000 mAh. The 6.6-inch screen has HD resolution. The smartphone is equipped with two 13-megapixel rear cameras and an 8-megapixel front camera.
Tecno’s other qualified device, the Camon 19passed through Anatel in September, obtaining its certificate of approval on the 9th.
This is already an intermediate model, with 6 GB of RAM and a MediaTek Helio G85 processor (with two 2 GHz and six 1.8 GHz cores). The storage is 128 GB and the battery is also 5,000 mAh. The screen is slightly larger, with 6.8 inches and Full HD resolution. In the set of cameras, the Camon 19 brings the main one of 64 megapixels and a secondary one of 2 MP for depth; the front has 16 MP.
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Since October, the technoblog has investigated the possible coming of the brand to the country. For this, at first, we contacted Lee Trading and Positivo to check what information the brands had on the subject.
With the first, we got no response. With the second, however, we were able to talk to a representative of the company, who stated that Positivo Tecnologia had no information about the arrival of Tecno in Brazil.
Recently, we also tried to contact Tecno’s international advisory, from which we did not receive a response. In addition, we looked at the corporate structure of Lee Trading to try to find any connection with another big brand, however there was no information about it.
O technoblog continues to investigate the possible arrival of Tecno in the country and will update this text, in case news emerges on the subject.