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> The brand’s mid-tier Z2 and M1 smartphones aim to satisfy the needs of selfie-lovers looking for an affordable device
Cluster CPU architecture – allowing up to 30% of battery consumption without compromising performance.
It has a 3,000mAh battery which supports the latest fast-charging technology, and a memory capacity of 4GB RAM paired with an internal storage of 32GB. It can also support microSD cards up to 128GB.
The 5.5in Sharp Z2 has a sleek curved metal back and a fingerprint sensor located beneath the rear 16megapixel PDAF camera.
The Sharp M1, on the other hand, narrows down its target market to selfie addicts. The 5.5in Full HD display phone has a high resolution of 13-megapixels and a 77° wide angle lens front camera, as well as a 13-megapixel rear camera.
The M1 also comes with a builtin illuminated sensor which aids in low-light situations.
The elegantly-designed M1 is protected by curved 3D Corning Gorilla glass, that allows greater light and shadow reflection – helping users to capture the perfect selfie.
Running on a 1.3GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6753 Cortex-A53 processor, the Sharp M1 has a memory capacity of 3GB RAM as well as a 64GB internal storage, with microSD support of up to 64GB.
The M1 is available in hanayome white and pure pink, and retails at an affordable RM899 while the Z1 comes in gold or silver and it’s priced at RM1,199.
A special accessory bundle is available for both models which includes a tempered glass screen protector and cover for RM69.
For more, visit the Sharp Mobile Malaysia’s website.
(left) At the launch ... (from left) Ang, Tan, Junichi, Lowerence, Goy and Wakasumi. (below) Models with the Z2 (left) and M1.