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Sharp Aquos Zero Shots and specification

The AQUOS Zero smartphone has gone official in Taiwan. Sharp claims that it is the world’s lightest 6-inch smartphone. It features a notched panel, a Sd 845 chipset and a strong rear digital camera

Sharp AQUOS Zero Technical specs and Features

Weighing only 146 grams, the AQUOS Zero phone arrives equipped with a lightweight 6.2-inch OLED screen by Sharp, a highly durable chassis with magnesium alloy body and fiber back and a 3,130mAh battery. The screen of the AQUOS Zero supports QHD+ resolution of 2992 x 1440 pixels, DCI-P3 wide color gamut and Dolby Vision HDR picture tech. The panel is shielded by Corning Glass 5 3D curved glass.

Sharp aquos zero shots and specification

The Snapdragon 845 mobile platform and 6 GB of RAM are present under the hood of the product The two charging ICs present on the smartphone helps in heat dissipation what makes it possible to enjoy games and play videos even though it is being charged. It has an internal storage of 128 GB. The smartphone lacks support for microSD card. The cameraphone is loaded with Android 9 Pie Operation system what is customized with Sharp’s UI.

Sharp aquos zero shots and specification

The rear side of the Sharp AQUOS Zero options a 22.6 super wide-angle lens with f/1.9 aperture with anti-shake feature for capturing stabilized videos. There is an f/2.2 aperture 8-megapixel wide-angle front-facing digital camera. Sharp’s AI technology brings scene recognition for both digital cameras. The cameraphone carries support for single SIM, Lte 4G, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS and NFC. The AQUOS Zero attributes face recognition as effectively as a rear-facing fingerprint reader. For audiophiles, the phone produces stereo audio with support for Dolby Atmos. Last but not least, it is an IP68 certified product what protects it from damage caused by dust and water contact.

Sharp AQUOS Zero Price tag and Launch Date

The AQUOS Zero has arrived in Taiwan with a price tag of NT$ 19,990 (~$648). The phone will be in the world for buy from Jan. 15 in Taiwan.

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