TECNO launches a 3G smartphone as It Eyes the Youth Market

From A Nairobian's Perspective ! Fri Dec 7 2012, 03:05:00

29th November 2012, Nairobi, Kenya- TECNO announced the introduction of the N3, its latest range of Dual SIM 3G Android Smartphone in Kenya in partnership with Qualcomm. The new phone model known as N3 and it will be soon on sale in outlets countrywide. The phone model is linked to a new communications campaign dubbed "Be Yourself" that is aimed at connecting with the youth market.

Speaking during the press conference, Vice President of TECNO, Arif. Chowdhury said "The youth in Africa are vibrant and constantly want to stand apart with their own identities. As a mobile phone company, we understand the need to constantly engage them and TECNO as a brand is committed to connecting with the African youth's motivations and passions."

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