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150 Prizes at Stake at TECNO Spark Up Your Energy Livestream Show

As it increases its presence here in the Philippines, TECNO Mobile announced that it will host a livestream talent show on April 24, 6PM. Called “Spark Up Your Energy”, the show will have celebrities like Julie Anne San Jose, Darren Espanto, and Jillian Ward perform song and dance numbers, on top of challenging each other in various games.

As for showcasing local talent, Dianne Medina and Sam YG will be hosting it, while fans can participate in showcasing their talents and fulfill their dreams of becoming like their celebrity idols. The TECNO Mobile livestream talent show will have various games and prizes, with the latter having a total of 150 prizes at stake, ranging from cash giveaways to TECNO Mobile’s Spark 6 Air Smartphone. 

As their latest entry-level phone, the Spark 6 Air stands out for having a large 6000mAh battery and an equally large 6.95-inch HD+ display–two features you will rarely see on a phone that is priced at under Php 5k. Powering the Spark 6 Air is an Helio A25 Octa-core processor that is paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage.

As for the cameras, the Spark 6 Air has an 8-megapixel selfie snapper in its notch, along with dual-LED flash for flattering selfies. For the rear cameras, you get a 13-megapixel f/1.8 main camera that is accompanied by a 2-megapixel depth sensor and an AI sensor to help you with features like AI HDR 120FPS slo-mo video, and portrait mode.

It also has its share of features unique to a budget phone line a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and Audio Share. The latter allows you to connect up to 3 Bluetooth speakers or 2 wireless earphones so that you can easily share what music you are listening to with your friends.

The Spark 6 Air is priced at Php 4,690 and is available at the TECNO Mobile Lazada Store.

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  1. Tecno can offer their phones cheap, because, their phones comes with bloat and ads, which offset the price. Its baked in the ui so you cannot delete them. Also they use underpowered chipsets, its the lower end of the market that known brands do not use. Tecno and Infinix are the same since Transsion holdings own them.

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