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Spreadtrum and Accent providing North African Users with High Performance Smartphones

Spreadtrum and Accent providing North African Users with High Performance Smartphones

Moroccan IT brand Accent has selected Spreadtrum's LTE platform SC9832 and WCDMA//HSPA(+) platform SC7731C for its smartphones.

Spreadtrum and Accent will work together to provide end users high performance smartphones, with the first two models Cameleon C6 Plus and Cameleon C5 already made available in many countries in North Africa.

Accent is a well-known local IT brand in Morocco with more than twenty years of history. It is committed to provide products with high quality-to-price ratios including smartphones, tablets, computers, and accessories. Its products are available in the markets of North Africa.

The two released models are a 4G and a 3G version aimed at meeting the demands of smartphone users in North Africa. The 4G version, the Accent Cameleon C6 Plus smartphone, is designed with Spreadtrum’s 28nm 1.3GHz Quad-code ARM Cortex-A7 5-mode SoC platform SC9832. It is based on Android 7.0 operating system and supports dual card with dual standby. It features a 5.5-inch HD IPS screen, a 5 MP main camera, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage and a 2800mAh battery.

The 3G version, the Accent Cameleon C5 smartphone, is based on Spreadtrum’s 1.2GHz Quad-code ARM Cortex-A7 WCDMA/HSPA(+) /GSM/GPRS/EDGE SoC platform SC7731C . It features a 5-inch FWVGA TN screen, a 5-MP main camera, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage and a 2000mAh battery.

"More than 5 million mobile devices have been sold since Spreadtrum first entered this market, offering users a broad range of differentiated products.” said Dr. Leo Li, Chairman and CEO of Spreadtrum, “Looking forward, Spreadtrum plans to continue working with Accent in defining the markets in North Africa, and creating more and better quality products and services." 

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