The Tecno Pouvoir 2 vs Pouvoir 2 Pro. Que se passe-t-il quand deux pouvoirs se battent? Oh, nevermind! These two powerhouses will be battling it out in this specs comparison. The Tecno Pouvoir 2 and Pouvoir 2 Pro were introduced by Tecno Mobile a couple of days ago. These smartphones focus on battery, hence the word Pouvoir which means Power in French.
We know they both houses a massive 5000 mili ampere hour battery capacity and sports the trending bezel-less display. But which one has a faster processor? Are there any major differences? Which one has the best camera? Which one runs smoothly on the Android 8.1 Oreo? Well, let’s find out.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 vs Pouvoir 2 Pro – DESIGN
When it comes to design, both smartphones are literally identical, with no major differences. They both sport the sleek and curved dual antenna lines at the top and bottom corner. The camera sits at the top middle, with the dual-LED flash underneath, while the fingerprint scanner follows suit.
However, the Pouvoir 2 Pro has a Metallic body which feels more smooth and sleek as well. While the Pouvoir 2 comes with a Plastic-like body that’s very comfortable to hold and operate. They both measure 8.5 mm in thickness and available in City Blue, Midnight Black and Champagne Gold.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 vs Pouvoir 2 Pro – DISPLAY
The Pouvoir 2 and Pouvoir 2 Pro were made specifically for big screen lovers. They both have the same massive 6-inch HD+ IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen which is tall enough. The screen boasts of 720 x 1440 pixels in resolution and 269 pixels per inch density, displaying stunning visuals.
The screen also stretches up to 76.3% screen to body ratio, which gives you the full view display irrespective of the version you choose. You’ll also enjoy taller visuals in landscape mode, because of the non-existent of narrow bezels. The Pouvoir 2 and Pouvoir 2 Pro offers the same viewing experience.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 vs Pouvoir 2 Pro – CAMERA
At the back, the Pouvoir 2 and Pouvoir 2 Pro sports the same 13MP rear shooter with f/2.0 aperture. They both deliver the same photography prowess when you use the back camera. However, the front camera isn’t the same. The Pouvoir 2 has an 8MP selfie for the standard selfies.
While the Pouvoir 2 Pro comes with more pixels when it comes to selfies. It’s equipped with a more sharper and clearer 13MP selfie shooter for breathtaking selfies. Nonetheless, the devices both sports dual-tone LED flash at the rear and a front LED flash for late night selfies.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 vs Pouvoir 2 Pro -PERFORMANCE
The Pouvoir 2 houses the MediaTek MT6737 chip with Quad-Core processor which clocks at 1.3GHz. While ARM Mali-T720 MP2 graphics processor handles graphics. The Pouvoir 2 Pro, on the other hand, houses the much powerful MediaTek MT6750 with Octa-Core processor clocking at 1.5GHz. The ARM Mali-T860 MP2 graphics processor controls graphics on the Pouvoir 2 Pro as well.
Furthermore, the Pouvoir 2 packs 2GB of RAM with 16GB storage space, which is upgradeable up to 128GB. While the Pouvoir 2 Pro comes with a bigger 3GB of RAM but has the same 16GB storage space, upgradeable as well up to 128GB. Since they are both running on the latest Android 8.1 Oreo, the Pouvoir 2 Pro will be much faster with its octa-core processor and 3GB of RAM.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 vs Pouvoir 2 Pro – BATTERY
In the battery department, the Tecno Pouvoir 2 and Pouvoir 2 Pro packs the same 5000mAh non-removable Li-Ion battery. The MediaTek MT6750 chip on the Tecno Pouvoir 2 Pro lets it support 5V/2A fast charging, while the Pouvoir 2 doesn’t support fast charging.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 vs Pouvoir 2 Pro – Price Comparison
The Tecno Pouvoir 2 is available on Jumia from N45,000 to N47,000. While the Pouvoir 2 Pro is not yet available but is expected to retail starting from N50,000 to N55,000. The extra N5000+ will totally worth it if you’re going for the Pro, you’ll be getting four more cores of processor, a bigger RAM space, better selfie camera and fast charging capability.
The Pouvoir 2 smartphone comes with impressive specs no doubt, but if you’re a somewhat heavy user then you should go for the Pro. That extra 1GB of RAM will come in handy, it takes more than 1GB of RAM to run Android 8.1 Oreo effortlessly and you don’t want to be left with just 1GB for heavy multitasking.