TECNO Spark 2 is the second generation smartphone from the Spark Series and this time around TECNO has decided to partner with Google for the launch of the device. TECNO Spark series are targeted at the youthful population and the new Spark 2 is powered by Google Latest Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition, which is a highly optimized version of Android Oreo.

The TECNO Spark 2 comes in two variants-one with 1GB of RAM and the second with 2GB of RAM which is quite the same with last year offering. However, the Spark 2 comes with some high-end features like the Face ID and the Full View 18:9 display.

Let’s get to see the Spark 2 in its full glory.

The beautiful back cover

TECNO Spark 2 comes with 13-megapixel at the back with TRI- LED flashlight. Beneath the camera is the fingerprint scanner that functions as the camera button to take pictures, receive calls and helps to secure the phone against unauthorized access.

At the top of the screen, are the dual front flash, the 8-megapixle camera and the microphone.

The TECNO Spark phone is housed in an orange rectangular box. The name of the phone and the brand name is written on the box as well.

Quick Specs of the TECNO Spark 2

  • Display: 6.0-inch HD+ Full View display
  • Processor: 1.3GHz Quad-core (MT6580W)
  • Operating System: Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition/ HiOS 3.3
  • Storage: 1GB RAM / 16GB Storage / External storage up to 64GB
  • Camera: 13MP rear Camera with TRI-flash / 8MP front Camera with Mix flash 2.0
  • Network: 2G, 3G
  • Fingerprint Sensor: Yes (Rear)
  • Face ID: Yes
  • Battery: 3500mAh

Upon Opening the box, you are greeted with the usual accessories. A unit of power cable, USB cable, back cover, user guide and pair of earphones.

  • A unit of power cable
  • USB cable
  • Lovely back cover
  • User guide
  • Pair of earphones
  • The Spark 2 phone

At the right side of the phone, you will find the volume controller and the power button. While on the left hand side you get to see the slot that houses MicroSdcard and your SIM Cards (Micro SIM + Micro SIM). The device comes with 16GB of internal storage and you can expand to 64GB via the MicroSD card slot.

The charging port is located at the bottom of the TECNO Spark phone. This is where you will connect the USB cable during charging or when you are about to transfer a file from the phone to your computer. The 3.5mm audio jack-where you plug in the headset is also located at the bottom of the device.

TECNO Spark 2 first impression

TECNO nail the design of the Spark 2 phone, the plastic build is sleek and fits well with the device. It doesn’t look cheap at all. There is a beautiful back cover that comes with the phone which we love as well.

The 13-megapixel back camera, 3500Mah battery, Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition and Face ID are some of the features we love and will go a long in making a buying decision. Especially, for the price is retailing for.

You can get the TECNO Spark 2 at N36, 200 in retail outlets in Nigeria.


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