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TECNO Spark 20 Series Specifications and Price in Kenya

There are 4 devices in the TECNO Spark 20 Series in Kenya. There’s the base Spark 20C with 128GB and there’s a Spark 20 model with 256GB. Then there’s a Pro and a Pro+ version. There’s also the Spark 20C, which is the most affordable in the lineup. In this article we will be seeing which is which in terms of specifications, which should help you when deciding on what to buy.

SPARK 20 SERIES Recommended Retail Prices are as follows:

  1. SPARK 20C (128GB Storage + 4GB RAM ) at KES 17,499
  2. SPARK 20 (256+8) at KES 22,799
  3. SPARK 20 PRO (256+8) at KES 27,500
  4. SPARK 20 PRO+ at KES 32,500

Please note that these are recommended retail prices. Actual prices depend on different retailers, location and more.

Which is which?

Telling them apart is quite the task. So in the gallery below, each device is aptly named to help you see which is which. The Pro+ is the one that looks mostly different from the rest of the others. It looks like it would be part of the Camon 30 Series.

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To properly compare these images, the TECNO Spark 20 Website has more details on which is which between the 4 different phones. It is crazy to see one phone series have all these devices, but that’s just the state of smartphones in general right now.

Difference between TECNO Spark 20 and Spark 20C Specifications:

Spark 20Spark 20C
Display6.6 inches IPS LCD, 90Hz
720 x 1612 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~267 ppi density)
Same
Back Cameras50 MP, f/1.6, (wide), 0.64µm, PDAF
0.08 MP (auxiliary lens)
Same
Front Camera32 MP, f/2.2, (wide)8 MP Dual Flash
ProcessorMediatek MT6769Z Helio G85 (12nm)Unspecified Mediatek (most probably the same)
RAM8GB RAM
(Expandable with Virtual RAM)
4GB RAM
(Expandable with Virtual RAM)
Memory256GB internal storage (expandable via microSD card)128GB internal storage (expandable via microSD card)
Operating SystemAndroid 13 with HiOS Skin Same
Battery5,000mAh
18W Charging 
USB Type-C 2.0, OTG
Same
Network2G, 3G, 4G/LTESame
ConnectivityWi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, 3.5mm audio jackSame
Colour optionsGravity Black, Cyber White, Neon Gold, Magic Skin 2.0 (Blue)Mystery White, Alpenglow Gold, Magic Skin, Gravity Black
OthersSide-mounted Fingerprint ScannerSame

The only differences between the Spark 20C and the Spark 20 is in colours, storage, RAM and the front camera. Which means despite the images looking different in the gallery above, this is mostly one phone being marketed to appear different.

Difference between TECNO Spark 20 Pro and Spark 20 Pro+ Specifications:

Spark 20 ProSpark 20 Pro+
Display6.78 inches IPS LCD
120Hz Refresh
1080 x 2460 pixels
6.78 inches AMOLED Display
Resolution 1080 x 2436 pixels
1000 nits (peak)
Back Cameras108 MP, f/1.8, (wide), 1/1.67″, 0.64µm, PDAF
0.08 MP (auxiliary lenses)
Same
Front Camera32 MP, f/2.2, (wide)8 MP Dual Flash
ProcessorMediatek Helio G99 (6nm)Mediatek Helio G99 Ultimate
RAM8GB RAM
(Expandable with Virtual RAM)
Same
Memory256GB internal storage (expandable via microSD card)Same
Operating SystemAndroid 13 with HiOS Skin Same
Battery5,000mAh
33W Charging 
USB Type-C 2.0, OTG
Same
Network2G, 3G, 4G/LTESame
ConnectivityWi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, 3.5mm audio jackSame
But no 3.5mm audio jack
Colour optionsMoonlit Black, Frosty Ivory, Sunset Blush, Magic Skin 2.0 GreenTemporal Orbits, Lunar Frost, Radiant Starstream, Magic Skin 2.0 Green
OthersSide-mounted Fingerprint ScannerUnder-display Fingerprint Scanner

The differences between the Spark 20 Pro and the Spark 20 Pro+ may look quite significant from the images, but in terms of actual specs you realise they’re mostly the same phone. With the differences being in colours, clock speed of the same processor, the lack of a headphone jack on the Spark 20 Pro+, and with the AMOLED curved display on the Spark 20 Pro+ compared to the flat LCD panel on the Spark 20 Pro.

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