Tecno Pouvoir 2 Pro with 18Karat Gold Cover design will change your attitude to the mid-range smartphones. Stress and scratch-proof, shiny and absolutely impressive, it completely corresponds to the definition of luxury. 18Karat Gold Cover comes as a limited edition because of the pricy material used for manufacturing.
The smartphone is already available in Nigeria, waiting for users with good taste and love to luxurious gadgets. Besides, this device is more durable than other smartphones on the market (again, thanks to the material). Let’s find out more so you can get it without any doubts.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 Pro specifications
- Material: Plastic.
- Colors: Blue, Black and Champagne Gold.
- Dimensions: 159.8 x 76.x 8.2 mm; 167 g.
- Display: 6″, 720 x 1440 px, 268 ppi, 105 ppcm, IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen.
- OS: Android 8.1 Oreo.
- Interface: HiOS.
- Processor: Quad-core MediaTek MT6737 1300 MHz.
- Graphics Processor: Mali-T720.
- Battery: 5000mAh, Li-polymer, non-removable.
- RAM: 3GB.
- Storage: 16GB.
- Memory card: up to 128GB.
- SIM: dual Nano SIM.
- Camera: 13 MP rear, 1080p [email protected]; 13 MP front, 720p [email protected]; Autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection.
- Audio port: 3.5 mm jack.
- Music: MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player.
- Video: MP4/H.264 player.
- Connectivity: 4G (LTE) support, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, HSPA+ 42.2/5.76 Mbps, MicroUSB 2.0.
- Tecno Pouvoir 2 Pro price in Nigeria: from N40,000.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 Pro review
The display with 18:9 ratio occupies 81.8% of the front panel space. It is protected by the 2,5D glass with rounded edges and oleophobic coverage. The image is bright and crisp, partially thanks to the fair interface customization. Colors look natural, no troubles with saturation.
Don’t expect something extraordinary when it comes to performance. The phone with the average specs will provide all the functionality you need, but again, which is standard for its price range. It easily deals with everyday tasks, though it faces some difficulties when it comes to gaming.
The interface is quite interesting: one might notice similarities with MIUI and Windows phone, while in general, it is a standard and recognizable Android 8.1 with its collection of highlights. All default programs are visually attractive and pleasant to use, so maybe users won’t need to download many apps.
Users can unlock Tecno Pouvoir 2 Pro with fingerprint sensor or face scanner, which is quite impressive for a mid-range phone. In fact, both work fast. Just pay attention that wearing a cover makes fingerprint sensor more difficult to reach. Face scanner shows better performance in highly-lit environment.
The screen is big enough for watching videos or films. However, the speakers aren’t that good. Tecno Pouvoir 2 Pro, like the majority of smartphones, doesn’t demonstrate the best results when it comes to the speakers. So just pick a pair of good headphones.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 Pro offers average camera features, meaning you can expect great results in a well-lit environment and less impressive shoots in poorly-lit conditions. Nevertheless, the smartphone is enabled with beauty mode for great selfies and films Full HD videos.
The battery is absolutely impressive! It can handle two days of heavy use without charging so you can forget about carrying a power bank all the time, as well as about constant plugs quests. Actually, this is one of the strongest arguments for buying this phone.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 Pro problems
Although some users admit that the back panel is a real fingerprint magnet, it is the case with the Black option, not 18Karat Gold Cover. The only issue of concern is poor sound quality without headphones plugged-in and low productivity when it comes to gaming.
Tecno Pouvoir 2 Pro is the mid-range smartphone with the quite standard set of specifications and the ordinary functionality. Meanwhile, users get some bonuses, including the impressive battery, advanced security features, and the highlight that cannot go unnoticed – its premium design.
Is Pouvoir 2 Pro worth throwing out your smartphone for this one? Probably not. Is it worth considering if you are currently planning to get a new device? Put it at the top of the list.