A special edition of the Spark 9 Pro was unveiled by Tecno yesterday in association with BMW’s group of Designworks. Its name, Spark 9 Pro Sports Edition, refers to the newcomer’s bold and overstated tones, which give it a sporty appearance. See what this new Sport Tecno smartphone has to offer.
The Tecno Spark 9 Pro SE is aimed at young people, especially those who value variety in the automotive industry. The accents on this phone are reminiscent of the style found on the majority of Vivo IQOO BMW edition phones. The phone’s light and dark blue accents on a snowy white chassis give it an icy crystalline theme.
The Creative Director at Designworks, Andre De Salis, pays tribute to Tecno by saying, “It is motivating to work with a company like Tecno because it enables us to concentrate on another user experience: the smartphone. Despite the scale difference, both smartphones and cars share the fact that they are highly individualized, depended upon frequently by their owners, and serve as a vehicle for individual expression.”
The Tecno Spark 9 Pro SE’s specifications are quite basic, despite the premium-looking design. The 9 Pro SE’s display configuration is fairly standard; it features a 6.6-inch IPS LCD with an ordinary FHD+ 1080p resolution and is finished with thick black bezels and a drop notch. The screen primes at a smooth 90Hz refresh rate, which is a plus.
The MediaTek Helio G85 processor, which isn’t the most sophisticated, handles all the processing on the new Spark Sports Edition. When combined with 4GB RAM and 128GB of storage, the phone boots up to an Android 12 OS. It has a 50MP primary camera and a 32MP selfie camera, along with a 5000mAh battery and 18W charging.
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The Spark 9 Pro Sports Edition’s initial release will be in Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. Tecno will soon release information on individual region-specific pricing. It’s safe to assume that this will also reach Pakistan since the recent Special Edition Mondrain of the Tecno Camon 19 Pro did.