Camon X CameraAbout a month ago, we had the privilege of visiting Microsoft East Africa’s headquarters at the Oval in Nairobi, Kenya. During this visit, we took the TECNO Camon X Pro with us and here, we decided to put the camera to the test and see how the Camo viewed Microsoft’s colourful space.

The shots taken were mostly indoor photos with interior lighting and the Camon X Pro did hold its own. The images produced are colourful, bright and will garner more than a few likes on your Instagram account. Ken Abuya, who spent more time with the Camon X Pro, thinks that TECNO can do better in the image processing but also appreciated the camera’s performance in good lighting. On the other hand, I am more than satisfied with the images the Camon X Pro produces, I can boldly say that the device does a better job at smartphone photography than last year’s flagship, the Phantom 8.

Before I dig further into the camera performance of the Camon X Pro, here’s a short video of the visit to Microsoft’s office space in Nairobi:

For those excited by specifications, the Camon X Pro’s main camera has a 16MP lens and the front selfie shooter has a 24MP lens. When it comes to the performance of the selfie camera, the results are subjective really. The phone was tested in both low-light and daylight situations with also a focus on the portrait feature that I must say was less impressive than expected.

Here are a few samples of the Camon X Pro’s selfie camera: