Tecno Spark 8P was teased by the company to launch in India soon. This is what the new budget smartphone has for you.
After the launch of the Tecno Pova 3 in India with a massive 7000mAh battery and a large 6.9-inch FHD+ display, the company is now bringing another budget phone. Tecno has confirmed the launch while sharing a teaser on Twitter of the new upcoming budget phone Tecno Spark 8P in India. The teaser confirmed several specifications and designs for Tecno Spark 8P. Last year, it was launched in the global markets and now Tecno is gearing up to unveil it in India.
Tecno’s Indian Twitter account tweeted along with a short video, “Power through the day with an immense 7GB Virtual RAM. TECNO Spark 8P, #IndiasLatestBigShot coming Soon.” The official handle confirms that the smartphone will pack 7GB of virtual RAM technology which can use the space from internal storage. It also confirmed that it will feature a triple camera setup including a 50MP primary camera. The blue colour variant is confirmed to launch in India. Well, the rest of the details are yet to be confirmed. But thanks to the previous leaks and global launch variant, which already have shared quite a bunch of specs. Check here.
Tecno Spark 8P expected specs
The previous leaks in the past suggested that the Tecno Spark 8P will feature a 6.6-inch display with Full-HD+ resolution along with a water drop notch on the front housing the selfie camera. It may be an 8MP selfie shooter, while at the back, it is confirmed to pack a 50MP primary camera. While the other two are yet to be confirmed. However, based on the global variant, a 2Mp portrait and an AI lens may support the primary camera. It may pack the MediaTek Helio G70 and a 5,000mAh battery. For security, it is expected to carry a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. It will also feature the DTS stereo speaker setup. The device is available in four colours in the global market namely– namely Turquoise Cyan, Atlantic Blue, Iris Purple, and Cocoa Gold. Will the Indian variant get the same tones? Tecno has yet to confirm that.