The Sharp-er im­age

> The brand’s mid-tier Z2 and M1 smart­phones aim to sat­isfy the needs of selfie-lovers look­ing for an af­ford­able de­vice

The Sun (Malaysia) - - TECH TODAY -

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.

ZULFADHLI ZAKI/ THESUN

(left) At the launch ... (from left) Ang, Tan, Ju­nichi, Low­er­ence, Goy and Waka­sumi. (below) Mod­els with the Z2 (left) and M1.

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