Here’s the Rest of the TECNO Camon 30 Series

Here’s the Rest of the TECNO Camon 30 Series

TECNO’s Camon 30 Premier appears to be a very solid mid-range phone on paper, especially with a total of four 50-megapixel cameras on board. The rest of the Camon 30 series is still impressive–down to the entry-level 4G model.


The entire Camon 30 series look similar to the Premier variant, with the main difference being the colorways.

Common between the Camon 30 4G, Camon 30 5G, and Camon 30 Pro 5G are two 50-megapixel cameras–one in the back (with OIS) and one for selfies (complete with eye tracking AF), stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos, and 5000mAh batteries with support for 70w charging.

Starting with the base Camon 30 4G, you are getting a Helio G99 processor and a 6.78-inch 120hz AMOLED display. The other two cameras accompanying the 50-megapixel main shooters are just a pair of filler cameras. The Camon 30 5G is almost the same, with the main difference being its use of a Dimensity 7020 processor, which is based on the Dimensity 930.

Moving up to the Camon 30 Pro, it has a few features in common with the Camon 30 Premier. It has the same Dimensity 8200 Ultimate processor, the same IMX890 sensor for the main camera with OIS, and the same 50-megapixel ultra-wide camera. It’s a toned-down version in essence with its non-LTPO 6.78-inch display with a fast 144hz refresh rate and losing the periscope camera in exchange for a 2-megapixel depth sensor.

Save for those changes, the Camon 30 Pro appears to be a solid alternative to the Premier version in case TECNO decides to only bring the former to the Philippines.

Like the Camon 30 Premier, the rest of the Camon 30 series will go official in Q2 of 2024. We’re still waiting on which variants are coming to the Philippines–and we hope TECNO brings the entire lineup to the country.

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