Wait! Is that a Tecno Spark K7 and Spark Plus K9 phone or Apple IPhone 7?
Calm down, they’re the latest premium looking and ruggedly built Midrange smart phones from the giant phone makers that you will surely love to have.
According to Tecno, the Tecno Spark K7 and Spark Plus K9 are targeted at the youths and social media enthusiasts. Is this true?
We will find out.
It is obvious that the phone maker took some design cues from iPhone, but who doesn’t? Apple takes design cues from HTC. Xiaomi copies Apple, HTC also copies Apple, Meizu and all do copy do copy one another.
It isn’t who copied who, it who delivered what consumers need in the end that counts.
Looks aside, the devices which ships with the latest Android version have some features on board that will surely earn it a place in the Midrange zone.
Firs thing that will capture your attention is attractive colors of the devices. The spark K7 and Spark Plus K9 ships in Phantom Black, Metallic Red, Champagne Gold, Coral Blue colors.
Tecno Spark K7 vs Spark Plus K9. What is the difference?>
The Tecno Spark K7 features a 1.3GHz Octa-core MediaTek CPU and about 2GB of RAM for multitasking.
On the display department, the device has a 5.5-inch display in a metal unibody which, because of its Antenna band placement, looks a lot like the iPhone 7.
In the storage department, the new device has just 16GB of onboard storage which can be extended by a micro SD card (up to 32GB).
Read full Tecno Spark K7 Specifications here
On the other, the front panel of Tecno K9 is covered by a larger screen size and is powered by a bigger battery capacity than the Spark. The Tecno Spark Plus has a 6-inch display and a 3400 mAh battery.
In addition to those two, another major difference is the device’s antenna band placement and clock speed.
The two devices have modest front facing cameras. The 5MP SELFIE camera on the devices are accompanied by dedicated flash light for low light conditions. The rear camera is a 13MP shooter also accompanied by a LED flash.
Read the Side by side detailed comparison here
This is just right for a Midrange device.
What do you think?