After the launch of Tecno Pova 2, the firm has set its eye on the entry-level segment with the new Tecno Spark 7T in Nepal. The phone, like most budget offerings in the market, focuses on the huge battery but cuts its costs on other aspects, most notably the internal.
To start off, we have a 6.52-inch LCD panel with HD+ resolution, and at the top is a waterdrop notch that holds an 8MP selfie camera. About the camera, the rear has a 48MP dual AI sensor with autofocus, which should be more than enough for basic mobile photography.
One thing that the phone comprises is it’s internal. The Tecno Spark 7T has an Helio G35 chipset, which isn’t as bad as people think but comes a bit short of pushing the pixel off of the huge screen. This means you won’t be able to play heavy games like PUBG, but it should be able to handle your day-to-day tasks. On the flip side, you get a decent 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage which is expandable.
Put that aside and you get a huge 6,000mAh battery with a low-speed charging at 10W, but the phone should at least hold a day of charge so slow charging your phone at night time won’t be a huge problem. The phone boots on HIOS 7.6 built on top of Android 11, and there’s a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner for your convenience.
Tecno Spark 7T Price in Nepal and Availability
The Tecno Spark 7T carries a price tag of NPR 16,490 in Nepal and comes in Magnet Black, Jewel Blue, and Nebula Orange color options. The phone has a 12+1 month extended warranty, whereas the company is also offering 100 days replacement if in case your phone gives up on you.