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Tecno Spark 5 Pro comes with a 6.6-inch display, 5000mAh battery and 128GB internal storage

For those of us who’ve got some love left for the budget smartphone niche, the Tecno’s Spark series has definitely been quite a go to segment, the company has some interesting combination of value to woo just about anyone looking for a great device at affordable price. As of today, Tecno Spark 5 Pro is up for preoder and customers only need to deposit Ksh. 2,000 and they’ll be rewarded with free H2 HIPODS. The device comes packed with enough horse power underneath to handle just about any app on the Play Store.  

When it comes to value proposition in the android world, nothing could perfectly describe the budget market standing than a jungle, we’ve got way too many options that for a handset to standout, it has to offer beyond expectation. And somehow, Tecno has managed to convince most of us – at least in the developing world that its devices are just about good enough to deserve our pockets for the near future. We recently witnessed the company unveil Tecno Spak 5 in the country for under Ksh. 15,000 (about 13,399 to be precise), and quite frankly its among few that still manage to put an affordable price without compromising where it matters.

Comparing the normal Spark 5 and Spark 5 pro side by side, there’s a whole lot of upgrades that might convince consumers to go for the pro model instead, and of course at a slightly elevated price tag. We now get 4GB of RAM instead of 2GB we saw in the normal model, this is very significant given most android apps depend on the amount of available RAM to run smoothly. In addition, there’s 128GB of internal storage on the pro model from 32GB we saw in the other model.

According to Tecno, the image processor makes everything pop on the 16MP quad camera setup. The front camera has an 8MP sensor and should be just as good enough to capture those selfies worth sharing on social media. At the rear panel, the company combines a primary camera, depth sensor, macro lens and AI lens to deliver an extraordinary visual experience to users.

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