Tecno, the smartphone company Monday announced the launch of Spark 8 priced at Rs 7,999. The company notes that Tecno has consolidated its position among the top 5 smartphone players in India, in the 6-10K segment, and continues to strengthen its portfolio.

Specifications

The Spark 8 smartphone is equipped with features such as 64GB memory, which will allow consumers to keep their photos and videos, and a 16MP AI dual high-resolution camera, which will enable its users to capture high-quality, memorable photographs.

The smartphone comes with a powerful 5,000 mAh battery that the company says provides a standby time of up to 47 days, 34 hours of calling, 19 hours of web browsing, 132 hours of music playback, and 21 hours of video playback. The memory can further be expanded up to 256GB with a microSD card. The smartphone is also equipped with an LPDDR4x RAM for Super-Fast Applications Experience.

The Tecno Spark 8 comes in a new metal coding design for a premium feel and is priced at Rs 7999. With the launch of Spark 8, Tecno is aiming at the youth of India for whom their smartphones are the primary gadget for their daily needs. The SPARK series with its affordable pricing aims to deliver category-defining features such as a segment-leading 6.52” HD+Dot-notch Display with a 120Hz Touch response rate for smoother operation. The 88.6 percent body ratio, 269 PPI screen pixel density, and 480 nits brightness make the screen vivid and better for daylight.

For selfie lovers, the smartphone comes with an 8MP front camera with dual flash to click brighter and clear selfies and make video calls even in the low light. The Spark 8 comes with a visually thin body frame, a large surface battery cover design, and the rear camera frame is integrated with an FP sensor that gives the smartphone a unique feel.

Pricing and availability

Tecno Spark 8 is priced at Rs 7,999 and will be available for sale in retail stores from September 15 2021 in three colors: Atlantic Blue, Turquoise Clan, and Iris Purple.

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