TECNO Mobile launches Spark 7P in Kenya

TECNO mobile has today launched its latest device in the Spark series, the TECNO Spark 7P in Kenya. 

The device according to TECNO targets Gen Z with its sizable high refreshing display and a triple camera setup.

“TECNO is always baring the young generations’ demands in mind to provide them the best of contemporary technologies in artistic designs. With popularity in over 60 markets, TECNO showcases its mastery of serving the youth-generation consumers who are “young at heart”, and inspires them to never stop pursuing excellence. TECNO SPARK 7 series are the ones that reflect our promise to the Gen-Z the most with the most advanced technologies like the BIGGER and BETTER display to bring them immersive cinema experience at the fingertips, and the ungraded 16MP AI Triple Camera for them to embrace a clearer world.”Stephen Ha, General Manager of TECNO Mobile, said.

TECNO Spark 7P features a 6.8-inch display refreshing at higher 90Hz, a first for the company’s budget Spark series. The phone features a triple camera setup led by a 16MP camera. The selfie camera is 8MP. It’s powered by a Helio G70 chipset which should give the new device a performance boost over the predecessor.

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In the storage department, the phone has 128GB with 4GB of memory. The phone has a 5,000mAh battery, similar to what we saw in the Spark 6.

This is the first device we will be seeing being launched in Kenya this year. The company also plans to unveil the CAMON 17 this week. 

We will be updating you about the pricing and availability of the TECNO Spark 7P in Kenya in the coming days. 

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