Tecno Spark 20C launched with self developed Dynamic Port and octa core processor

The Tecno Spark 20C smartphone that was recently spotted on Google Play Console has finally been launched in the market. It comes with a 50 MP main camera, 90 Hz display, and octa-core MediaTek chip.

Let’s check out the specs in detail

The Tecno Spark 20C smartphone comes with a 6.6-inch wide HD+ 90 Hz LCD display. It is powered by an octa-core processor that the company has not specified but is expected to be Helio P35. It comes in two RAM variants 8GB RAM( 4GB+4GB extended) and 16 GB (8GB+8GB extended) with 128 GB internal storage.

The camera section boasts a 50 MP main camera with an AI lens on the rear. The front side of the handset sports an 8 MP front camera. It runs Android 13 out of the box. The device is backed by a 5,000 mAh of battery that supports 18 W charging. Additionally, it also features a side fingerprint sensor. There is also a self-developed Dynamic Port that brings efficient notifications at a glance.

Connectivity options include GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, FM and OTG. The handset has been launched in Gravity Black, Mystery White, Alpenglow Gold, and Magic Skin (leatherback). The pricing of the handset has yet not been confirmed.

Via Tecno

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