Tecno has released yet another budget smartphone in the market called Spark 9T. It has got a different design and specs from the Nigerian Spark 9T. We get four colorways of the phone, viz. Blue, Cyan, Purple, and Gold. Colors aside, the key attraction of the device must be its striped back with a massive camera island. The main camera here is a 50MP sensor. Other highlights of the Spark 9T Indian edition are its 5000mAh battery, FHD+ LCD screen, and a MediaTek Helio G35 chipset.
Find out the complete details below:
Tecno Spark 9T’s front is a 6.6-inch LCD panel with an FHD+ resolution, 500nits brightness, and 60Hz refresh rate. Within the waterdrop notch on the front resides an 8MP selfie clicker.
The rear camera setup consists of a 50MP leader, a 2MP portrait lens, and an AI lens.
Internally, the Tecno smartphone packs a MediaTek Helio G35, paired with 4GB RAM, and 64GB storage, and there’s virtual RAM support up to 7GB and expandable storage up to 512GB (dedicated slot). Some of the internal space is taken by the 5000mAh battery too.
The phone also features Android 11-based HiOS 7.6, a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, a 3.5mm audio jack, DTS Stereo Sound, and IPX2 splash resistance.
Tecno Spark 9T Price and Availability
Tecno has priced the Spark 9T at ₹9,299. Note that this is a launch price for a limited period only. It is retailing through Amazon starting August 6.
It’s time to stop at nothing and capture your big dreams!
The wait is over, presenting the mesmerising #TecnoSpark9T in all of its glory. Elevate your experience with its breathtaking features
50MP Triple Rear Camera
6.6 FHD+ Display
18W charger with 5000mAh Battery pic.twitter.com/p8TT7eiCOh
— TECNO Mobile India (@TecnoMobileInd) July 28, 2022
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