Tecno Spark 10 Series Announced via Press Release; Put Selfies in Focus with Spark 10, 10 5G, & 10C

Sohail Akhtar

Earlier this month, Tecno made the Spark 10 Pro official. Soon after, the rumor mill reported that the device would have three lower-end extensions, the Tecno Spark 10, Spark 10C, and Spark 10 5G. The claim was valid; Tecno has officially announced lower-end Spark siblings.

A press release from Tecno has announced the series Spark 10 5G, Spark 10, and Spark 10C, but the specifications in the press are sparse to nonexistent. Apart from minor camera and battery details, hardware stats on all three newcomers remain a mystery.

50MP AI main cameras are imminent with the phones. The new Tecno Spark devices rock Dual LED selfie flashes with adjustable brightness, which is probably the focus point of their marketing. The press says all three will bring 5000mAh cells supporting 18W fast charging. 

Slightly upper-ranged Spark 10 and Spark 10 5G will run Google's latest Android 13, with HiOS 12.6 skin on top. The cheapest sibling from the lineup will feature Android 12 GO, the lightweight operating system, to compensate for its low-end hardware. Customers interested in these models can check the Tecno rate list to find the latest prices and promotions.


Tecno has introduced a slew of fancy camera features to the newcomers. Beauty Mode to smoothen the skin, AR stickers, new Super Night Filters, and last but not least, a Super Night Algorithm. Their camera performance is yet to pan out since the company hasn't ousted the SoC details.

Black, Blue, White, and Green will be the color palette for Spark 10 5G, Spark 10, and Spark 10C. Tecno has planned to release the catalog in Sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, South Asia, South America, the Middle East, and some European countries. 

Tecno Pakistan has been teasing the series with a countdown; Spark 10C is reportedly the one to launch here first, followed by the Spark 10 and Spark 10 5G. We'll cover these phones in-depth upon release with confirmed specifications. So stay tuned.


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