Tecno Spark Go 2021 will launch in India on July 1, the company announced on Twitter. A successor to Tecno Spark Go 2020, the upcoming entry-level smartphone will be available through Amazon. According to a microsite on the e-commerce platform, the smartphone is seen with a designer back and some of the key specs of the phone are also listed. The handset has a 6.52-inch HD+ display, a 5,000mAh battery and a dual rear camera. It will be available in multiple color options.
Tecno Spark Go 2021 price in India, availability
according to a tweet by Tecno India, Tecno Spark Go 2021 will be launched in India on July 1 at 12 noon IST. While Tecno has not revealed the price of the upcoming smartphone, it is offering a multiple choice question to customers on a microsite on Amazon to guess the price of the smartphone and have a chance to win the handset. It is confirmed that the smartphone will not cost more than Rs. 7.999. In comparison, Tecno Spark Go 2020 was launched at a price of Rs. 6,499 last year. As mentioned, the smartphone will be available for purchase through Amazon. Full details will be revealed once the phone launches on July 1.
Specifications Tecno Spark Go 2021
Some of the confirmed specs of the 2021 Tecno Spark Go include a 6.52-inch HD+ display with a Dot Notch (Tecno’s term for waterdrop notch) for the 8-megapixel selfie camera and front-facing flash. It features an AI-powered dual rear camera with a 13-megapixel primary sensor. The handset has a 5,000mAh battery, a fingerprint sensor on the back and a Bluetooth sharing feature. The dual SIM 4G smartphone will be available in multiple colors.
The device is expected to run on Android 11 based HiOS. It is likely that 2021 Tecno Spark Go will have a more powerful SoC compared to its predecessor’s MediaTek Helio A20 SoC, and may be available in multiple storage configurations.
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