Tecno Spark 8: Will This Work in the Budget Segment?

  • Tecno Spark 8 is a budget segment device with a 6.56-inch IPS LCD display and HD+ support with 720p display resolution. It can support dual Nano SIMs and has a Dot Notch display.
  • The smartphone is powered by a Mediatek Helio G25 gaming processor by Mediatek that is octa-core in structure and is clocked at 2GHz. It also contains Android 11 support and PowerVR GE8320 as its GPU.
  • While it has been launched in a number of RAM and ROM variants, the highest amount of these specs available are 4GB and 64GB respectively which sound good enough.
  • The smartphone contains a good camera section as well, where you get a 16MP + AI dual rear camera with quad-LED flash and there is also an 8MP front camera with dual-LED flash for selfies and video calls.
  • It supports a powerful 5000mAh battery that looks good enough for the users and it also comes with a 10W charging support.
  • There is a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor in the device and a face unlock feature as well.




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