The Tecno Spark 7P has a number of features, as highlighted in our review. However, these three, highlighted below in no order of importance, stood out for me.
Here’s the thing about the Tecno Spark 7P design: you are actually allowed to sit on the fence about it.
On the one hand it is this generic mould that we have expected of Tecno smartphones over the last 2 years. On the other, that same same obvious frame has allowed Tecno to stretch closer to 7-inch territory thereby offering users a device with a big enough frame to accommodate a large display, which they need for all the heavy content consumption anticipated, and a slender frame to make it something one can live with since it is already a large device by all means.
This is by far the Spark series’ biggest upgrade in a while. There is a high refresh rate display now and that can only mean one thing: all the supported apps can take advantage and offer a more smooth user experience for both normal day-to-day tasks as well as moderate to heavy things like gaming.
If you are going to engage in some gaming because the display allows that kind of leeway and the included chipset is meant for just that then you are going to need an assurance that the device’s battery will hold its end of the bargain. The Tecno Spark 7P’s 5,000mAh battery does just that. The only problem? You will wait for a while for the device to be fully charged.