Review Tecno Spark 8 Pro – The latest generation that was launched this time brings several improvements, and the most visible are on the screen, chipset, battery and design of course. Where the TECNO Spark 8 Pro carries a rear body that has a vertical line texture like a suitcase, with a camera module that is made large from the left to the right.
The placement of the fingerprint sensor on this smartphone also moves from the rear body to the right side, integrated with the power button. While the dimensions themselves are more or less the same, with a thickness of 8.8mm, it’s just that it’s now higher because the dimensions of the screen are also enlarged.
if previously it had an area of 6.6 inches, the TECNO Spark 8 Pro is now larger at 6.8 inches. Interestingly, this time without a 90Hz refresh rate, the resolution has increased from HD+ to full HD+ with a pixel density of 395ppi.
The front camera has an 8MP resolution and is equipped with two flashes – its position is now moved to the center. On the back, there is a 48MP f/1.8 PDAF primary sensor with two secondary sensors whose primary function is not mentioned directly. And both sides can record video up to 1080p.
The TECNO Spark 8 Pro runs the MediaTek Helio G85 octa-core 12nm chip which is actually a minor upgrade from the G80 series. However, TECNO embeds a software upgrade through the Super Boost feature, brought from HiOS 7.6 based on Android 11. It is claimed to be able to provide an increase of up to 40%.
The TECNO Spark 8 Pro is also equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery. If the previous series was without fast charging and still using the old school port, now both have been ‘corrected’, where the port is already USB-C with 33W fast charging support. The charging process is much faster, reaching 90% in 30 minutes.