Here is What We Know About TECNO Spark 10 5G, Spark 10, and Spark 10C

TECNO Spark 9 Pro Screen
TECNO Spark 9 Pro Screen

A couple of days ago, we learned that TECNO had added new members to its Spark lineup. The Spark-branded phones target budget customers who do not need or do not have the funds for expensive devices.

These devices have been very successful in their target markets, and it appears that TECNO has more plans for the series, which, by the way, competes with the Hot series by its sister brand Infinix, and other budget offerings from the likes of realme and Nokia (both of which have budget C-branded phones).

Now, as said, TECNO launched the Spark 10 Pro, and later expanded the series with the addition of three new members: Spark 10 5G, Spark 10, and Spark 10 C.

The company made an announcement about the new phones being part of the Spark 10 series but did not disclose any details about their specifications, except for the 50MP AI main cameras and dual soft flashlights located in the front bezel.

The three TECNO Spark 10 smartphones are equipped with a 5000 mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging.

The Spark 10 and Spark 10 5G run on Android 13 and HiOS 12.6.

Contrastingly, the Spark 10C has Android 12 Go Edition.

TECNO has also introduced some features such as Beauty Mode, AR stickers, Super Night Filters, and Super Night Algorithm for the series.

However, there is no new information about the chipsets used in these phones, so that is something we will have to wait for.

TECNO had said that the Spark 10 Pro would be launched in Starry Black and Pearl White colours, while the other models would be available in four Meta colours, namely Black, Blue, White, and Green.

The company, which is under the listed Transsion umbrella, said that the Spark 10 series will be released in various regions, including Sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, South Asia, South America, the Middle East, and certain European countries.

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