Tecno Launches Spark 9T with Helio G37, 5,000mAh Battery

Meet the Spark 9T, the newest member of the Tecno Spark series. At the beginning of this month, Tecno unveiled the Spark 9 Pro, including a 90Hz display, Helio G85 processor, and a 5,000mAh battery. Now, the brand is back with the Spark 9T, a new phone in the Spark 9 series.

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Here’s all you need to know about the Spark 9T’s specs, features, and price:

The Spark 9T’s screen is a 6.6-inch IPS LCD with a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2400 Pixels offering immersive and comfortable viewing and a 60Hz refresh rate. There is a teardrop notch on the screen that houses an 8-megapixel selfie camera. Features on the rear camera setup include Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, and Touch to focus. The back of the camera exposes a triple camera configuration with two big camera rings. It contains a 13-megapixel primary camera, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and an AI lens. Android 12 is preinstalled on the device, with HiOS 8.6 UI on top.

The Spark 9T is powered by the MediaTek Helio G37 processor. The phone comes with 4 GB of RAM, up to 128 GB of internal storage, and a microSD card slot for extra storage. The phone has a 5,000mAh battery with 10W charging capabilities. Other features include a fingerprint scanner on the side, a USB-C port, and a 3.5mm audio jack. The phone offers a slip-free grip as it is lightweight and easy to carry.

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The Spart 9T is currently only available in Nigeria. There are two configurations available: 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage and 4 GB RAM + 128 GB storage. These models cost NGN 78,300 ($188) and NGN 88,000 ($211). Equipped with impressive features and decent specifications, the Tecno Spark 9T is a perfect choice available at such a starting price. Atlantic Blue, Turquoise Cyan, Iris Purple, and Cocoa Gold are some available colours. In the coming weeks, the Spark 9T is also scheduled to be released in other countries.

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