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Tecno Pop 7 Pro arrives with familiar looks



Tecno brought a new phone to its African markets called Pop 7 Pro. Retailers in Nigeria and Uganda already have the phone up for sale, and it is a super affordable device with a Helio A22 chipset. The big square island for the dual camera and the fingerprint scanner looks familiar, and after further investigation, we realized this is the Spark Go 2023 with a new name.

The Pop 7 Pro is exactly the same in specs as its rebadged twin – 6.6” LCD with 720p resolution and a tall 20:9 ratio. The OS is Android 12 with HiOS 12 on top, while the dual camera is 13 MP main + QVGA for depth in…



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