The Tecno Pova 3 has a rating that allows it to remain powered on for up to 53 days if absolutely necessary; however, this only applies to the standby mode. On the other hand, with a capacity of 7,000mAh on average, it might be able to keep its 6.9-inch FHD+ display active for a longer period of time than the typical Android device. The display also has an improved refresh rate that is significantly faster than the industry norm, in addition to having a minimal forehead rather than a punch-hole or notch; however, it is still an LCD display.
The panel is controlled by a chipset called Helio G88, which is also responsible for powering an Android 11 skin known as HiOS. Tecno claims that these specifications are adequate enough to meet the needs of a Pova 3 user’s gaming needs, which are also reportedly enhanced with dual stereo speakers and 4D “Z-Axis” (not X-axis?) linear haptics.
The original equipment manufacturer also asserts that the Pova 3 can be upgraded to support 11 GB of RAM, despite the fact that this is a software-based enhancement for the device’s standard capacity of 6 GB and is referred to as “Memory Fusion” in this scenario. Tecno also asserts that the 3’s main camera, which has a resolution of 50 megapixels, is capable of producing images of “surreal” quality. Last but not least, it has been announced that the Pova 3 will come packaged with a 33W “Flash” charger.
As a result, all of this may constitute an enticing package for an Amazon.in customer who is not particularly concerned about 5G in the near future, provided that the appropriate price is paid, of course. Tecno has not yet disclosed how much the Pova 3 will cost when purchased through its new channel; however, the 6/128GB SKU that was recently teased by the company cost 9,399 Philippine pesos (approximately $178 or 13,800 Indian Rupees) when it was first released in 2022.