TECNO CAMON 16 set to redefine photography with 64 MP camera and pioneering Eye Auto Focus

New Delhi [India], October 10 (ANI/BusinessWire India): TECNO, the global premium smartphone brand that has a track record of introducing innovative products with premium features in the mid-budget segment, today launched the TECNO CAMON 16 with a 64 MP Quad camera set-up and the game-changing Eye Auto Focus feature to provide a stellar photography experience to category consumers.

The smartphone will effectively allow photography enthusiasts to take pro-quality photographs. The smartphone’s excellent camera ability will allow TECNO to gain a firm foothold in India’s mid-budget smartphone market and command substantial market share in the Aspirational Bharat.

The introduction of TECNO CAMON 16 will further redefine the mid-budget smartphone segment. The new camera modules supplemented by the automatic eye- focusing technology will bring unprecedented clear photography experiences for users.

TECNO’s CAMON 2020 smartphone range earmark the era of higher camera pixels, premium AI-enabled Ultra Night lens powered by TAIVOS™ (TECNO AI

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Professional investors have their eye on these eight stocks as the used-car market in the U.S. moves online


a tall building: A Carvana “vending machine” in Westminster, Calif.

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A Carvana “vending machine” in Westminster, Calif.

The big talk in the auto industry has been around electric cars and their eventual role in autonomous driving.


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But the used-vehicle market in the U.S. is more than twice as large as the new-car market on a unit-sales basis. So it’s worth taking a close look at how the used market is evolving and how you might profit from it.

The media is fixated on the other big change in the U.S. auto market — the acceleration of the electric-vehicle industry led by Telsa Inc. (TSLA) whose stock rose 245% during the third quarter. You may have missed out on Tesla’s gain, unless it is held by an index fund you own, but there are other ways to invest in the electric-car revolution.

According to Statista.com, 40.8 million used cars and trucks were sold in the

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Renault’s De Meo said to eye crossover makeover for Megane

PARIS — Renault CEO Luca de Meo is keen to develop a sportier “crossover” model of the automaker’s popular Megane range, three sources familiar with the plans said, as the company aims to roll out more profitable vehicles.

De Meo is hoping to turn the French automaker around with cost cuts, but also by focusing on fewer, pricier models – a path that has helped rival PSA Group withstand the COVID-19 pandemic better than some peers.

Formerly in charge of Volkswagen Group’s Seat brand, De Meo joined Renault July and is due to present his strategy in January.

Rather than eventually axing the Megane, long one of the group’s best-sellers, the executive is keen to make it a pillar of its future compact range, three sources close to the matter said.

This will likely entail rolling out a crossover version of the Megane, more akin to pricier SUV cars, the

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