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TECNO Spark Go and Spark 4 Air Launched in India


TECNO has launched two new devices in India today, an addition to their Spark Series. TECNO’s Spark Series is quite popular in Kenya and has had massive success locally. The two new devices generally add more cream to the previous Spark Series devices and hopingly TECNO will also ship them locally.

TECNO Spark Go, as the name suggests, is an entry-level device thus costs much less than the Spark 4 Air.


The TECNO Spark Go, has a 6.1-inch dot notched display having an impressive 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The device is powered by Mediatek’s Quad-core Helio A22 processor and runs on either 1 or 2GB of RAM.

The rear of the device features an 8MP camera while the front has a 5MP sensor both with an f/2.0 aperture. Like any other device in 2019, TECNO Spark Go runs on Android Pie out of the box, but this one has HiOS 5.0 splashed on top.

You also get 16GB of internal storage, a 3000mAh battery, face unlock 2.0 and 4G support.

TECNO Spark 4 Air

Like Spark Go, the TECNO Spark 4 Air features a similar 6.1-inch HD display, 4G LTE & Face Unlock 2.0 support, HIOS 5.0 based on Android 9.0 Pie and 2.0GHz Helio A22 quad-core SoC. However, Spark 4 Air delivers a slight spec bump under the hood. The phone runs on 3GB of RAM paired with 32GB of expandable ROM up to 256GB via microSD card slot.

On matters photography, it packs a 13MP dual-camera on the rear with Dual-flash. The rear camera is also equipped with AI tweaks.

For selfies, the device sports a 5MP AI camera with flash. In addition to Face Unlock, Spark 4 Air also has an “anti-oil” fingerprint sensor at the back.

TECNO Spark 4 Air
Tecno Spark 4 Air rear view


The duo was launched in India at a price of around $77(approx. Ksh 8,000) for Spark Go while Spark 4 Air is priced at approximately $98 (approx. Ksh 10,000). Availability in Kenya is not yet confirmed at the moment, but we will update the post accordingly if TECNO’s local office tips on the same.

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