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OMG TECNO RELEASED A FOLDABLE PHONE.

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Tecno Phantom V Fold

 TECNO, one of the top smartphone brands dazzled the technology world with the grand launch of their highly anticipated pioneer smartphone device, the PHANTOM V Fold was launched in an exclusive event on Wednesday 5th July at SOHO amidst the dazzling display of innovation, aura of excitement and glamour, with attendees unfolding and exploring the PHANTOM V Fold’s capabilities first-hand whilst reveling in its magnificence.




The PHANTOM V Fold launch was a significant occasion attended by an array of celebrities, industry titans, tech enthusiasts, brand partners and other notable personalities from various fields like Gloria Sarfo, Gifty Anti, Abeiku Snatana, Adjetey Annan, among others were present.



Amidst the PHANTOM ecosystem PHANTOM V Fold is the first foldable innovation from TECNO, on the heels of the PHANTOM X and PHANTOM X2 series. The PHANTOM V Fold is the world’s first foldable smartphone with a left-right foldable design and boasts of a generous 6.42-inch AMOLED cover display with a resolution of 1080x2550px and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate.



Once you unfold the device, you’ll be greeted by a stunningly expansive 7.85-inch primary display made of flexible AMOLED material, curved seamlessly in the middle, providing a captivating viewing experience.

The V Fold is constructed using a combination of a plastic rear panel, a Gorilla Glass front, and an inner display that features a flexible ultra-thin glass screen. It manages to look nice though thanks to the addition of an aluminum frame that goes around the entirety of the device. Our review unit comes with a textured rear panel, although personally a matte finish would have looked a bit better.



As with any other foldable though, the star of the show is the Phantom V Fold’s main inner display – open up the device, and you are greeted by a 7.85-inch display, of a similar LTPO AMOLED type to the handset’s external screen. It’s reasonably sharp with a 2000 x 2296 pixel resolution, and smooth thanks to its 120Hz refresh rate – it’s also bright with a maximum of 11oo nits of brightness. Let’s get one thing straight though – the screen is softer than regular glass, and yes there is a crease, which might be an issue for some users.





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