Tecno Phantom X2 real life images are here

Counting seven (7) days from today, Tecno will officially announced it flagship device, the Phantom X2-series. Two models of the phone has been previously sported online; a supposed base model with AD8 as the model number, and a possible Pro version modelled AD9.

Today, we have life images of one of the models, and the phone looks stunning. Like in other previously leaked images, the Phantom X2 will sport an extravagant camera module on the rear. This module will have two other large openings, along with a third sensor held in a smaller opening.

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Tecno Phantom X2 real life images are here | Image No. 2

Sadly, we still do not know the individual sensors to expect within these openings, but since the recent Infinix Zero Ultra came with 200-megapixels, it won’t be out of place for Tecno to offer the same, except if it is something even better. Besides, the Phantom X2 will be more ‘flagship‘ than the Zero Ultra.

Flipping to the front, you are greeted with the same curvy looks of the Zero Ultra. Thankfully, Tecno is ditching the archaic pill-notch of the Phantom X, in favor of a more modern dotted notch. And with the curved edges, the screen-to-body ratio may stretch above 90%.

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Tecno Phantom X2 real life images are here | Image No. 3

As far as specifications are concerned, we’ve not known everything about the Phantom X2-series yet. Although given the display above, the phone might sport between 6.7 to 6.8-inches. It will get a 5000mAh battery according to an earlier certification document, and Tecno itself has confirmed Dimensity 9000 5G CPU.

The Phantom X2-series will be unveiled globally on the 7th of December, which is about 7-days from today. The death of Jiang Zemin yesterday affect the launch of both Xiaomi’s 13-series and iQOO 7 SE and 11 series. Hopefully, the Phantom X2 will not face the same story.

Stephen Ekpa

Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. He has been in the tech space for over 6 years helping mobile technology users to understand more about their very own devices. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of a pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones.

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