In this blog post, I am going to reveal our second Tecno smartphone to be featured on this blog — the Tecno Pova. It features Mediatek’s G80 gaming processor and 4GB/6GB D4X Fast RAM, and a choice of 64GB/128GB ROM. The huge battery capacity of 6,00mAH promises to play games for up to 20 hours.
The 6,00mAH battery capacity is paired with an 18W dual IC charger that comes free with the retail package. Hello Apple!
Tecno Pova specs
Android 10, HiOS
6.8″ Dot-in HD+ display, 1640 x 720 resolution, 263ppi
2.0GHz MediaTek Helio G80 octa-core processor
Mali-G52 MC2 GPU
6GB RAM / 64GB internal storage
Expandable via microSD
13MP + macro lens + depth sensor rear cameras
8MP selfie camera
Rear-mounted fingerprint scanner
Dual SIM, Dual standby
Colors: Magic Blue, Speed Purple, Dazzle Black
6,000mAh battery with 18W Flash Charge
Tecno Pova price
As low as P6,990 exclusive on Shopee.
Unboxing Tecno Pova
Curious how the retail package look like? It comes with a big box — yes because this one has a super large display of 6.8″ Dot-in HD+ display to complement the battery.
While the top brands are removing accessories from its retail package, Tecno has everything in its box.
Aside from the usual FREE transparent casing, Tecno has included a free screen protector.
Let me share with the good stuff I’ve spotted early on during my unboxing.
It has what Filipinos loved the most – a triple card slot. That means you can enjoy two SIM from either different networks or one main SIM and a backup, plus you can expand the internal storage using the dedicated microSD slot.
The “revolution” has been started by Apple and there’s a natural tendency that the other big brands will follow. But for now, Tecno has included complete accessories to its retail package – earphones, wall charger, USB cable, transparent jelly case, and even a free uninstalled screen protector.
Lastly, the 6,000mAH super large battery capacity is really, really good for people who travel or to anybody who need long-lasting battery life.
What did not impress me is the quite old micro USB port. We are already about to end the year 2020 and yet, brands like Tecno still use a 13-year old technology for modern mobile phones. USB Type-C would have been nicer.
That’s it for now and stay tuned for my full review.