If you are an ardent fan of the Tecno Spark and Spark Plus series, I am pleased to share with you another piece by the mobile manufacturer; Tecno Spark 3 Pro. Note that for this product, for reasons that will become clear as you read on, the company decided to use the title PRO for the upgrade instead of PLUS.
So, lets dive in..
Display: The Tecno Spark 3 Pro has an HD + IPS LCD type 6.2 inches sized screen with a 1500 x 720 pixels resolution. The impressive front look also comes with a 2.5D curved glass screen protection and capacitive touchscreen of 16 million colours.
Camera quality: The Tecno Spark 3 Pro has Dual AI Cameras. The rear camera which is 13 megapixels and 5 megapixels also has Quad Flash features. The front camera comes with 8 megapixels as well as a flash. So, either you’re shooting others or taking a selfie, you’re sure of perfect images.
The cameras also come with FHD recording.
Capacity: The Tecno Spark 3 Pro has a 2G RAM capacity and an internal memory of 32GB. It also has some other cool features like Artificial Intelligence, autofocus, bokeh effects, touch focus, and screen recording.
The Tecno Spark 3 Pro device works on the HiOS 4.6 (Android 9.0 Pie) operating system and has 3500mAh battery capacity (Helio A22 plus).
Here is a summary of the features:
- Camera: Main- 13MP+2MP Dual AI Cameras with Quad Flash; Front- 8MP with Flash
- Display Type: IPS LCD, Size- 6.2 inches, Resolution- 1500x720pixels
- Memory: RAM- 2GB; Internal- 32GB
- Operating System: Android 9.0 Pie with HiOS Skin; Chip- Hello A22; GPU- PowerVR GE8300
- Battery Size: 3500mAh
- Security: Rear Fingerprint Scanner, Face Unlock
- Price: N39,000- N43,000
In my opinion, the Tecno Spark 3 Pro is a great pick if you are looking for a great device with good battery life, 4G network capacity, a cool display capacity… at a very good price.
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