TECNO Upgrades SPARK 3 Pro to Android Q Beta

By Modupe Gbadeyanka

Chinese phone maker, TECNO Mobile, has announced the upgrading of its new SPARK 3 Pro running on Android P operating system to the Q Beta operating system. The upgrade was announced on May 7, 2019 at the Google IO 2019.

TECNO Mobile has presence in more than 60 countries across the globe. It is now one of the major players worldwide. Its SPARK 3 Pro is a 4G smartphone with AI Bright Camera and 32GB ROM + 2GB RAM.

Vice President of Transsion and GM of TECNO Mobile, Stephen HA, said: “We are delighted to announce our further expansion of cooperation with Google. This year, with upcoming Android Q system, TECNO SPARK 3 Pro will upgrade and provide the users with a faster Q upgrade.”

With Android optimized OS, the SPARK 3 Pro can align user behaviours via its intelligent camera powered by AI Engine to be able to learn user behaviours including users’ habits, users’ intents.

The SPARK 3 can recognize different face features and give the most suitable level of “re-touch” and “lighting” automatically to your photos.

With the device, users will have more control over app access to location info, shared files and repositories like photos and videos. TECNO SPARK 3 Pro users can set up your personal APP “invisible” from your mobile phone desktop

Also, by leveraging better connectivity and media capabilities, TECNO SPARK 3 Pro users can create AR stickers to enjoy fun communications.

In addition, one of the most requested features, Android Q now has a system-wide Dark Theme, which can be activated in Settings, or by turning on Battery Saver. Dark Theme also helps save battery.

The firm has introduced a new gesture-based navigation for users to fluidly move between tasks, and maximize the use of larger, edge to edge glass screens.

“Building off of Smart Reply in Android 9 Pie, you can now take action on messages with suggested actions in notification. For instance, adding an event to your Calendar from a text message.

“With Android Q, you can choose whether an app’s notifications are interruptive or gentle. Interruptive notifications will make noise, vibrate, and appear on your lock screen, whereas gentle ones will not. Android Q also introduces algorithms to automatically determine whether notifications should be interruptive,” the firm said.

Modupe Gbadeyanka is a fast-rising journalist with Business Post Nigeria. Her passion for journalism is amazing. She is willing to learn more with a view to becoming one of the best pen-pushers in Nigeria. Her role models are the duo of CNN's Richard Quest and Christiane Amanpour.

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