The smartphone market is very diverse and complex, However, with all this complexity, it is not difficult to find common notes among manufacturers. For example, most of the equipment is manufactured in China and India, two Asian countries. While the majority of the market share is held by Asian manufacturers.
Africa is one of the great forgotten in this sense, but today We will show you two terminals completely created on this continent: Mara Z and Mara X, Let’s see!
So are the Mara Z and Mara X.
That’s right, the first terminals manufactured and manufactured in Africa were born under the Mara brand, a company dedicated to various activities. both on a technological and agricultural level. And now they have brought their first smartphones onto the market with the idea of strengthening trade in technological products “made in Africa”.
#maraphones has just opened the first high quality, high quality and affordable smartphone manufacturing facility in #South Africa Mara Phones firmly believe in it #Smartphone Manufacturing will bring great pride to the African continent locally #MadeInAfricahttps://t.co/xZRJnMpVbh pic.twitter.com/2VE35Ffjlc
– Mara Phones (@MaraPhones) 17th October 2019
The Mara X has a 4.4-inch screen with HD resolution, is made of plastic and its processor is the MediaTek MT6739 which is accompanied by 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. A full-fledged low-end. On the other hand, the Mara Z mounts a 5.7-inch screen also with HD resolution that integrates a Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage.
Both clamps are made of plastic, They have 4G connectivity and a 13 megapixel rear camera. as well as with Android One – 8.1 Oreo, yes – in the stomach, a wise decision by the manufacturer, who decided to put the software in the hands of the great G.
Both terminals run on Android and the price is around 115 euros for the Mara X and about to change 165 euros on the change for the Mara Z, which would be the top device the company currently has on the market.
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