The TECNO SPARK 3 PRO is now available in Kenya for Ksh.12,499

TECNO Mobile has been teasing its latest device the TECNO SPARK 3 for a few weeks now. We were not sure when the device was going to be launched and now the device is finally here.

The SPARK 3 which is the third variation from the SPARK series was launched on Friday and comes in two variants, SPARK 3 PRO and SPARK 3. Both devices feature the same RAM with the difference just being the storage. The TECNO SPARK PRO comes with 32GB ROM while the SPARK 3 comes with 16GB ROM. 

“We are excited to announce that, this is another great smartphone; this next generation device is designed for productivity and style.’’  Jerry Hou TECNO Brand Manager stated.

‘’The Spark series offers decent specifications at a friendly price without compromising on design,” he added.

TECNO is selling the SPARK 3 PRO at Ksh. 12,499 and the device can be purchased at TECNO branded retail shops across the country as well as on Jumia.  It’s only the pro variant that is available for purchase now. TECNO says the standard version, the SPARK 3 is expected to be in the country from April 25th.

All the TECNO SPARK 3 phones comes with Android Pie and features a 6.2 inch “Super FullView” display, the largest we have seen on any SPARK series with a screen resolution of 1500 x 720 Pixels.

The  TECNO SPARK 3 PRO is available in four colours Bordeaux red, midnight black, champagne gold and Nebula blue, with the SPARK 3 coming in aqua blue. Those who purchase the device early will also get a gift hamper.

We have a review unit with us so expect a full review of the phone in the coming weeks, including a comparison with the recently launched Huawei Y6 Prime 2019.

Have anything to add to this specs sheet? Leave us a comment in the comments section below. In the meantime, follow or subscribe to our newsletter to ensure you don’t miss out on any future updates on your favourite smartphones

Facebook Comments

[TechTrends Podcast] Connectivity in Africa ft Africa Data Centres MD Dan Kwach

Nixon Kanali

Tech journalist based in Nairobi. I track and report on tech and African startups. Founder and Editor of TechTrends Media. Nixon is also the East African tech editor for Africa Business Communities. Send tips to

Have anything to add to this article? Leave us a comment below

Back to top button