Our weekly comparisons continue with two budget devices squaring off against each other. Today, we have the TECNO Pouvoir 3 Plus vs OPPO A1k on our hands, sit back and enjoy this comparison.
Both smartphones launched in 2019, with the Pouvoir 3 Plus coming in August while the older A1k was released in April. They both offer a number of decent qualities which we will observe more closely in a brief moment.
Let’s get straight into the thick of things and see what both smartphones have to offer us today.
TECNO Pouvoir 3 Plus vs OPPO A1k Comparison Table
Now, let’s take a much closer look beneath the designs covering these smartphones, checking out what both devices really pack underneath.
|TECNO Pouvoir 3 Plus||OPPO A1k|
|2G, 3G, 4G||2G, 3G, 4G|
|6.35 inches, 1548 × 720 pixels, 19.5:9 aspect ratio, AMOLED display||6.10 inches, 1560 × 720 pixels, 19.5:9 aspect ratio, IPS LCD display|
|Android 9 Pie + HiOS||Android 9 Pie + Color OS 6.0|
|Quad-core MediaTek MT6762 Helio P22, 2.0GHz||Octa-core MediaTek Helio P22, 1.8GHz|
|13MP selfie camera||5MP selfie camera|
|32MP + 5MP + 2MP triple rear cameras with LED flash||8MP rear camera with LED flash|
|32/64GB internal storage + dedicated storage via microSD up to 256GB||32GB internal storage + dedicated storage via microSD up to 256GB|
|3/4GB RAM||2GB RAM|
|6,000mAh battery with 5W Standard Charge||4,000mAh battery with 5W Standard Charge|
TECNO Pouvoir 3 Plus vs OPPO A1k: Where the Pouvoir 3 Plus Has the Edge
The Pouvoir 3 Plus offers more RAM (with 3 and 4GB variants) at affordable prices. It also boasts a larger screen than its rival, making it a delight for users who want to enjoy premium entertainment on a device with bigger display.
In the optics department, this smartphone brings a camera with a better setup, as three rear cameras (with better looking figures) work in tandem to provide a better all-round photography experience.
The Pouvoir 3 brings a processor with faster speeds to the table, while it also has an enormous battery (rated 6,000mAh) to carry its impressive specs.
It also offers more onboard storage, with a 64GB variant available for people who want more from this device.
TECNO Pouvoir 3 Plus vs OPPO A1k: Where the OPPO A1k Has the Edge
The OPPO A1k is a slightly cheaper entry-level option that is lighter, smaller than its rival.
It is relatively easier to hold in the hand compared to its sibling (due to its smaller size), this also means it is easier to keep in smaller pockets or purses. The A1k offers the same external storage as its rival, while it shares a similar chipset as the Pouvoir 3 Plus.
It is a decent entry-level smartphone that offers 4G support on both SIM cards, making it an interesting option for buyers.
TECNO Pouvoir 3 Plus vs OPPO A1k: Which of These Devices Should You Pick?
Our comparison today has seen us bring two 2019 smartphones head-to-head, bringing the best of both phones to you. When it comes down to the big question, which of these smartphones should you go for?
The Pouvoir 3 Plus brings a larger screen size, better-looking cameras, a faster chipset, and a stronger battery to the table. Its 3GB/32GB model sells for ₦46,000, while its 4GB/64GB variant costs ₦50,000 making it a wonderful option for certain users.
The A1k is a wonderful option for users who do not want to spend too much, as it also offers a number of decent specs with a durable battery. It has a decent RAM, good onboard storage and a solid chipset that offers 4G support.
At the end of the day, the Pouvoir 3 Plus easily wins this head-to-head between these devices. It offers better specs than the OPPO A1k, with features like its better camera specs and faster processor speeds seeing it win this match-up.
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This post was written by Alfa Baye and was first posted to Mobility Areana