The continent surely is in need of a technological pathway to economic prosperity and Mara is leading the way in its recent unveiling of its Mara Z high specification, affordable smartphone. It is the first manufactured high end Android device in Africa.
In its commitment to enriching the lives of the people, Mara Phones deliberately embarked on making the smartphone more affordable to all, contributing to business and development on the continent. It possesses the standard that can make it compete favorably in any market around the world.
Mara Z is designed in partnership with Google’s Android One Program. You’ll get the simple, secure and smart Android experience with the latest version of Android.
Manufactured in Africa, ready for the global market!
It comes with a 5.7″ HD+ Corning Gorilla Glass Display with Lightning Fast Octa-Core Processor. Enjoy amazing display of picture and video content with its 720 x 1440 Screen Resolution.
With its superfast Turbo Charger, charge up to 50% battery power within just 30 minutes. For many African countries with epileptic power supply, here’s a solution to your charging problem.
It also features a 64-bit Octa-core Processor equipped with 3 GB RAM and 32GB Internal Memory! Mara Z has a Snapdragon 435 processor; performance, you’ve never seen before.
Mara Corporation chief, Ashish Thakkar announced its decision last year at the Africa Investment Forum in Johannesburg. He said, “China has Huawei, Xiaomi; the U.S has iPhone and finally Africa has Maraphone.
This project will show the potential and ability that Africa can produce high quality and affordable smartphones in Africa, by Africans, for Africans and for the rest of the world. We have a few that are assembled in Africa but nothing is truly being manufactured in Africa. Thanks to the African Development Bank, that changes today.”
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