Follow this review post to the end to discover more for yourself about the
new Tecno L6 device.
If to just describe the look of the Tecno L6 in one word, I would say “classy”. The device really looks more premium than one would expect for a mid-range smartphone.
The L6 looks a bit different from most of its predecessors, as it deviates slightly in terms of design.
As expected, most of the front surface houses the large display with the in-call speaker and TECNO logo at the top, and the capacitive control buttons below.
The Tecno L6 sports a 5-inch IPS capacitive touchscreen display, which shows pictures to the minute details. If you’re a photo, video, or gaming freak, this display will gladden your heart each time you stare at it.
Hardware, OS and Performance
The Tecno L6 runs on Android 4.4 KitKat. It packs 1GB of RAM with 8GB on internal storage. With an impressive processor and GPU under its hood, the device promises speedy handling of heavy games and apps. So, if you’re a gaming addict, you’ll enjoy this device.
The Tecno L6 also comes with an intelligent QuickStart function that allows you to run an application directly from the home screen without having to navigate or scroll away.
As expected, the Tecno L6 flaunts two cameras. The primary rear-facing camera has a resolution of 8MP, while the secondary, front-facing camera has a 2MP resolution. Both cameras produce great outputs. And if you’re a selfie addict, you have a complete toolkit in this device.
This is where the Tecno L6 really rocks. The device is powered by a 4,500 mAH Li-ion battery. That’s undoubtedly the most powerful battery Tecno has ever placed in a 5-inch device. And that should keep anyone going for more than a day even with heavy usage.
Summary of the Device Specs so far
• Display: 5-inch IPS capacitive touchscreen display
• OS: Android 4.4 KitKat
• Networks: 2G, 3G
• RAM: 1GB
• ROM: 8GB
• Sim: Dual-SIM
• Camera: 8MP (rear), 2MP (front)
• Battery: 4,500 mAh Li-ion battery
The Tecno L6 presently sells for #24,000 at the Nigerian Online store in the likes of Jumia and Konga.