With the release of Android 12 to the general public, the TECNO CAMON 17 will be among the first few phones to receive the significant update. A number of significant components, including software architecture, security and privacy, connection, user experience, gaming, and more, will be overhauled as part of the update.
Android 12 will be deployed on TECNO’s upcoming HiOS 8.5 for CAMON 17 and PHANTOM X, which millions of users will enjoy shortly.
“TECNO has always been devoted to delivering users in growing regions with cutting-edge technologies synchronized with industry trends and consistently refining the experience of using our products,” said Stephen Ha, general manager of TECNO. We’re looking forward to Android 12’s enhancements, which include everything from a redesigned user interface to enhanced security and privacy protection.”
Since its launch, the TECNO CAMON 17 has been in high demand among consumers. It is the phone of choice for taking selfies among the digital generation, thanks to its 48MP selfie camera, which captures gorgeous details with a professional finish. Through accurate algorithms that can identify features depending on gender and change the environment light to put the person front and center of the photo, the inbuilt AI technology may elevate selfies. Users can personalize the photos they want to portray with a variety of user-friendly tools. CAMON 17 is a trusty companion of many across the globe, equipped with a 5000mAh battery, 6GB+128GB of memory storage, and a 90Hz high refreshing rate at a 6.6 inch FHD screen.
The modified HiOS8.5 will be released on CAMON 17 at the same time as the Android 12 update. CAMON 17 users all around the world will be pushed to switch to Android 12 by the end of the year.
HiOS 8.5 will be updated to be more responsive and easy for users, who will be able to experience more unified themes across apps and even devices, thanks to the new Android 12. Widgets, for example, will be more rounded and approachable in Android 12, making it easier for users to retrieve information.
HiOS has also been improved in terms of privacy protection. Last year, the Za-Hooc security concept, which combines software and hardware, was released for the first time and received a lot of positive feedback from fans. Android’s newly tailored clipboard notifications and approximate locations are worth anticipating.
Last but not least, on HiOS8.5, functions linked to game performance will be improved even further, as will barrage features and call rejections, which have always piqued users’ interest. All of this suggests that HiOS 8.5 will exceed expectations.