Wireless networking solutions vendor TP-Link MEA FZE, has launched two smartphones under its Neffos mobile brand.
The new Neffos C9 and C9A combine bright and advanced softlight camera systems with full-view displays for excellent viewing and gaming experiences on the go, along with attractive features.
Aiming to replicate the success it has in the wireless networking space since it founding in 1996, TP-Link said it intends to extend the same commitment toward product excellence in the smartphone space through the Neffos brand.
With the Neffos C9 and C9A's advanced front and rear cameras, taking beautiful pictures or stylish selfies anytime, anywhere has never been easier.
The C9 handset features an 8MP softlight camera on the front that captures your face in the best way possible, while the C9A has a 5MP softlight camera for better pictures at night or in a dimly lit environments.
The lenses behind the cameras on the two devices offer an 84-degrees wider field view, giving users the best option to capture pictures. Both phones come with a 10-level ‘real-time beautify' function to conceal imperfections while highlighting all natural features just the way a user wants it.
And with the 13-megapixel rear camera's lower-aperture lens and phase-detection auto-focus system, the Neffos C9 and C9A can capture sharp and detailed photos during the day or night without sacrificing image quality.
TP-Link said the C9 and C9A handset have been launched to set the standard for ultimate and uninterrupted viewing and gaming experiences in this category with Neffos' full-view displays that go beyond ultra-thin bezels.
Both handsets come in generous sizes, with the C9 and C9A sporting 5.99 and 5.45-inch screens respectively.
The company said both handsets have been manufactured using in-cell technology, and they're engineered to provide a clearer and more vibrant picture. Like with most Neffos handsets, the company has built C9 and C9A incorporate water and oil-resistant fingerprint readers into their designs, as well as a face unlock using the selfie camera function.
Powered by the latest artificial intelligence (AI) technology, the cameras on both devices scan over 100 different facial details to pixel-level accuracy for a quick and effortless way of unlocking the devices.
To ensure uninterrupted use away from a socket, TP-Link has equipped the C9 and C9A with high-capacity batteries that, paired with efficient 64-bit quad-core processors, gives battery life without compromising on speed.
According to the company, the batteries are designed to provide many hours of constant use and should retain up to 80% of their original capacities through 500 complete charge cycles.
TP-Link said the Neffos C9 and C9A will hit retail stores in select markets across MEA later this year.