Why TECNO Spark 4 Is the Best Budget Smartphone

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The TECNO Spark 4 hits a perfect spot between quality and price. It is the 4th-gen of smartphones in the Spark line. This device offers mobile phone trends in vogue without large disparity in price compared with its pricier products from other brands.

At a starting price of ₦34,500, the Spark 4 lets you enjoy the best of mobile experience— offering you a variety of cool smartphone features.

Let’s have a quick look at some of them:

Spark 4 Key Specs

  • 52-inches, IPS LCD screen
  • 1600 X 720 pixels, with 269 ppi
  • Always On Display, HDR10
  • Quad-core MediaTek Helio A22
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 32GB built-in storage, with memory card support up to 128GB
  • Android v9.0 (Pie), HiOS 5.0
  • 13MP + 13MP + 13MP triple rear cam
  • 8MP front cam
  • 4G LTE
  • 4000mAh non-removable Li-ion battery

Here are the top reasons the Spark 4 is the best budget smartphone you should buy:

Sleek Design

The handset sports a plastic build that has round edges. If you’re one of the students in Nigerian tertiary institutions who are stuck on the Spark series, the Spark 4 will appear very modern to you.

The phone makes a commendable attempt at fitting into the latest trend of smartphones, without notable departure from its budget circle.

There’s a gradient design on the rear cover of the device.

Spark 4 colour options

Further, on the blue version of the Spark 4, the gradient comes in a blend of two fades on the Blue color option as well as on the Purple variant.  The Spark 4 is offered in four color options.

The back cover contains a triple camera system, along with short camera information, a fingerprint sensor as well as a TECNO brand on the bottom.

Very Bright & Large Display

TECNO Spark 4 unboxing (14)

Concerning the display, this smartphone gets a notched 6.52” IPS LCD, which supplies a screen resolution of 1600 by 7200 px.

While there is a bottom bezel, it is remarkably smaller in size in comparison with its predecessor, the TECNO Spark 3.

Capable Camera

In spite of the difficulty in ensuring affordability without comprising quality, TECNO did a decent job of providing the latest trends on the smartphone.

This year, the number of rear cameras that are built on smartphones is higher. While where 4 cameras are gradually becoming common now, improving on the camera number from dual cameras on the Spark 3 and the Spark 3 Pro to a triple cam system on the latest TECNO Spark 4 is commendable.

With more cameras and more features, you can now capture breath-taking pictures of your favorite spots and destinations on campus.

The triple cam setup on the Spark 4 phone has a 13MP primary shooter that features an aperture of F/1.8, a 2MP depth cam as well as a QVGA unit.

At the front section, we have an 8MP cam for taking selfies.

Good Battery Life

It is common knowledge that epileptic power supply remains a perennial problem in Nigeria, affecting all and sundry. The situation may sometimes be worse when you have lectures for long hours on campus and are not opportune to charge your device.

Armed with TECNO Spark 4’s 4000-mAh battery, you can rest assured of getting a solid battery life, which will last for many hours during the day/night.

Affordability

The major selling point of the TECNO Spark 4 is its cheap price, ₦34500. In manufacturing the phone, TECNO was able to find the sweet spot between quality and affordability.

Spark 4 Talent Hunt

In its usual practice, TECNO is offering students an opportunity to showcase their talents and a chance to become Spark 4 Campus ambassador and win one-year internship & pocket money.

The contest started a few days ago and is billed to come to an end on November 29, 2019. You can submit your entry by visiting TECNO’s Official Facebook page

We look forward to getting to find out who will be the lucky winners of the exciting competition!

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