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Tecno Spark 7 Smartphone launched in India: 6000mAh battery, Price at Rs 6,999

Story Highlights
  • Tecno Spark 7 smartphone launched in India
  • 6000mAh battery in this phone at a low price
  • The phone was launched in two variants
  • The phone costs Rs 6,999
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Tecno Spark 7 The smartphone has been launched in India today. The entry-level smartphone Tecno Spark 7 comes with a 6000mAh battery. This phone has special features like a dual rear camera. This phone has up to 64 GB of storage.

The 2GB RAM plus 32GB storage variant of the Tecno Spark 7 is priced at Rs 7,499 while the 3GB RAM plus 64GB storage variant is priced at Rs 8,499. The phone is available in Magnet Black, Morpheus Blue, and Spurs Green. The phone will be available for sale on Amazon India from April 16. Under the launch offer, this phone can be purchased with a discount of Rs 500. Therefore, this phone can be purchased at a starting price of only Rs 6,999.

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Features of Tecno Spark 7

This phone has a 6.52 inch HD plus dot notch display with a 720 x 1600 resolution dot notch display. Its screen aspect ratio is 20.9 and screen to body ratio is 90.34 percent. The Techno smartphone has a 2GB RAM variant with a quad-core MediaTek Helio A20 processor and a 3GB RAM variant with an octa-core MediaTek Helio A25 processor. The handset comes with 32 GB and 64 GB inbuilt storage. Storage can be expanded up to 256 GB with the help of a microSD card.

Long-lasting battery

The Spark 7 features a safe charging feature with a large 6,000 mAh battery. The battery offers a whopping 41 days of standby time, 42 hours of calling time, 17 hours of web browsing, 45 hours of music playback, 17 hours of gameplay, and 27 hours of video playback. The large capacity battery comes with other AI features like AI power saving, full charge alert, and automatically shuts off the power supply when the phone is fully charged to avoid overcharging.

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