TECNO has announced a 3-year software partnership with Google for the release of an intuitive user experience for TECNO smartphones, and more seamless cross-device experiences. The software will provide the latest updates to TECNO devices and power all Android users.
TECNO is excited to partner with Google to help deliver Android updates in a timely manner. TECNO has been among the first smartphone manufacturers to make new versions available, like Android 13 Beta that was available on the CAMON 19 PRO 5G this year. The team at TECNO hopes this new partnership will drive more features and functionality into their line-up of smartphones.
TECNO aims to bridge the gap between devices and improve the lives of people who are always on-the-go. As web-connected devices become more sophisticated, network connectivity will be paramount for superior performance. Collaborating with Google, we’ll expand internet connectivity to more devices and improve your digital experience.
TECNO loves to offer their customers the most innovative and unparalleled technology. They are always on the forefront of groundbreaking partnerships, which means that their clients can expect more advanced and intuitive experiences while connecting with others across a broader range of markets.
TECNO is a dedicated company that has been revolutionizing the digital experience for emerging global markets. We offer nothing but the latest technologies in trendy, beautifully designed products. From state-of-the-art innovations to sleek smartphones, we have it all.
Google has been a long-time partner of TECNO. “Leveraging Google’s world-class expertise in software and innovation with our deep knowledge of the mobile phone industry gained in emerging markets, we will provide local users with safe and reliable smart devices with first-class performance and excellent user experience,” says Jack Guo, General Manager of TECNO.
“We are pleased to broaden our partnership with TECNO by working with them in developing Android, which will help close the digital divide. This is part of our work towards building a more inclusive, global internet,” said Peter Fitzgerald VP for Global Partnerships.