FIH Mobile Limited, a subsidiary of Foxconn, have announced a number of low-end devices wearing the Sharp brand – to shame! – for the Vietnamese and Indian markets in early February 2018. The devices are nothing but rebranded versions of InFocus smartphones that are already selling on these markets.
One of these devices that I am loathe to feature on my website is something called Sharp A Click (IF 9003) and is a rebranding of the InFocus Snap 4, released in October 2017. This smartphone features a 5.2-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 px (HD) made by God knows who but certainly not Sharp.
The Sharp A Click is equipped with a dual rear camera comprising one 13-megapixel and one 8-megapixel sensor, and with a dual-8-megapixel front camera. Discussing the quality of these sensors is pointless.
This abuse of the Sharp brand is powered by a MediaTek MT6750 processor having 8 cores, each with a maximum operating frequency of 1.5 GHz. The amount of RAM is 4 GB and the amount of on-board storage (ROM) is 64 GB.
This smartphone supports the following radio frequencies:
TD-LTE: 2300 MHz (B40)
FDD-LTE: 2600 (B7) / 2100 (B1) / 1800 (B3) / 900 (B8) / 850 (II) / 900 (VIII) MHz
W-CDMA: 2100 (I) / 1900 (B5) MHz
GSM: 1900/1800/900 MHz.
Supported are Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi b/g/n at 2.4 GHz. The Sharp A Click even has a fingerprint scanner and a microSD card slot.
The battery capacity is 3000 mAh.
The Sharp A Click runs Android 7.0 Nougat.
* I've used a photo of the InFocus Snap 4 in lieu of an image of the Sharp A Click. Just imagine it says "Sharp" instead of "InFocus" and you've got it.
Date added/updated: 5 February 2018 – 14:42
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