telo z21..the first phone dedicated to electronic games enthusiasts
Millions of technology users around the world are looking for smart phones that suit their different daily needs, whether fast typing, high storage space or outstanding performance, and for all these specifications, Telo announced the launch of a new version of the phone telo z21.
Anas Hamid, CEO of the company that produces Telo phones, explained that the telo z21 is dedicated to gaming in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and was developed in cooperation with the international company ZTE, to attract the attention of users who are fans of electronic games.
The telo z21 will be launched on November 19 through points of sale in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and will allow you to enjoy playing high-quality games that are not available on regular devices.
Among the most prominent specifications of the phone telo z21, it has a “7.0 ICE” cooling system from Nubia, in addition to an effective cooling fan that rotates at a speed of 20,000 revolutions per minute, according to the Saudi newspaper, “Sabq”.
The new phone has a 6.8-inch AMOLED screen, a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, and a Snapdragon 888+ processor with a 5G network, and an Internet connection speed of up to 7.5 gigabytes per second.
And the new telo z21 mobile battery, with a capacity of 5050 mAh, and a 30-watt charger, and it reaches a full charge in 65 minutes, and the disconnection mode of the charger allows power delivery without the need to charge the battery, which reduces the heat of the device.
The phone comes with three cameras at the back, including a 64-megapixel main camera at the back with another 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, also equipped with an 8-megapixel front camera, and it runs RedMagic OS 4.0 running Android 11.
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