Tecno Spark 8 Pro Officially Teased to Come with 33W Super-Fast Charger

The Tecno Spark 8 Pro was launched in Bangladesh in November 2021, featuring the MediaTek Helio G85 SoC and a 48MP triple rear camera setup.


The Tecno Spark 8 Pro smartphone is seemingly closer to its official launch in India, based on teasers shared by the company’s official India handle. According to the latest post shared by Tecno India on Twitter, the company will soon introduce its Tecno Spark 8 Pro smartphone in the country, and is looking to hype up its launch with an increasing number of teasers.

The latest teaser states that the Spark 8 Pro will come with 33W fast charging setup. The latter was already confirmed in November 2021, when the company had launched the aforementioned smartphone in Bangladesh. Going by the hints, Tecno will likely introduce the Spark 8 Pro in an unchanged shape in India. If the latter holds true, then we have a pretty strong idea of everything that the device would bring to the table — as we have already seen the full specifications at the time of its Bangladesh launch.

The Spark 8 Pro outside India was launched with the MediaTek Helio G85 SoC, along with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage. The device features a large display, with a 6.8-inch panel offering full HD+ screen resolution. However, it does not feature fast refresh rate, a feature that has become increasingly ubiquitous in smartphones across all price ranges.

In terms of other features, the Spark 8 Pro features a waterdrop notch for the selfie camera, a microSD card slot to expand upon internal storage by up to 256GB, and a side button-mounted fingerprint sensor — among other things. These include a 48MP triple rear camera, of which the third unit is an ‘AI lens’. The front camera uses an 8MP sensor, a 3.5mm audio port, and a 5,000mAh battery with 33W fast charging support.

According to the teaser posted by Tecno, the device can be charged up to 85 percent in one hour. Going forward, it remains to be seen if the Tecno Spark 8 Pro retains the same set of specifications once it is introduced in India.