Sharp AQUOS zero2: the new high-end japanese boasts panel 120 Hz and internal memory UFS 3.0

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    Sharp AQUOS zero2: the new high-end japanese boasts panel 120 Hz and internal memory UFS 3.0

    Sharp, despite being a firm with little presence in Europe, it is one of the most progressive companies in mobile telephony. Were the first to try to reduce the bezels, both on the sides as on the top and bottom portions and carried by betting on the panels of more than 60Hz for a long time.

    Today, we have known the more ambitious of the company, the Sharp AQUOS zero2, an alternative with panel 120Hz hardware and top of range, that proves that the company continues to be active in the premium segment.

    Sharp AQUOS zero2, technical sheet

    SHARP AQUOS ZERO 2

    DIMENSIONS

    158 mm x 74 mm x 8.8 mm
    143 g

    SCREEN

    6,4 inch Full HD Resolution+
    AMOLED
    Rate of refreso 120Hz

    PROCESSOR

    Snapdragon 855

    RAM

    8 GB

    INTERNAL MEMORY

    256 GB UFS

    REAR CAMERA

    Main 12.2 MP
    Wide angle of 20.1 MEGAPIXELS

    FRONT CAMERA

    8 MP

    SOFTWARE

    Android 10 custom Sharp

    BATTERY

    3,130 mAh

    OTHER

    facial Recognition
    Fingerprint reader under the screen
    Resistance to dust and splashing
    IPX8

    One panel, well harnessed and a hardware-height

    Sharp Aquos Zero 2

    Sharp has incorporated in its AQUOS zero2 a panel with a notch of gout, AMOLED technology and a resolution of 1080p. The main advantage of it is that works with a refresh rate of 120Hz, so that the user experience in those applications that are optimized to work with this rate it will be quite a bit more fluid compared to traditional 60 Hz. In the same way, they promise that the digitizer operates at 240Hz, to reduce the latency of the panel.

    The Sharp AQUOS zero2 is somewhat thick, but has a front well taken advantage of that allows you to not be up to 16cm high

    despite the pane of 6.4 inches, the exercise of compaction is quite good, since the terminal is not reach 16cm. The thickness itself is looks somewhat harmed, with 8.8 mm, somewhat higher than would be expected in a terminal with a battery 3.130 mAh.

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    In terms of power we will have no problem, since the Snapdragon 855 is in charge of giving life to the terminal, and to this platform in addition to 8 GB of RAM and the 256 GB (UFS 3.0) internal memory in its base configuration, almost anything.

    the rest of the group will accompany a primary camera 12.2 megapixel camera with aperture f/1.7 and an angle of 26mm. Next to this, comes a sensor-wide-angle, in this case 20.1 megapixels, aperture f/2.4 and an angle total of 18mm. is Both cameras have optical image stabilizer, something that will help minimize shake when shooting.

    Versions and price

    Sharp has not yet announced the availability of the AQUOS zero2, although seeing the historical of the brand, what’s more likely is that you do not end up coming to our country. As to the versions, for the moment, will arrive at a single alternative 8 + 256 GB, with no options either above or below with respect to this.

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    The news Sharp AQUOS zero2: the new high-end japanese boasts panel 120 Hz and internal memory UFS 3.0 was originally published in Xataka Android by Ricardo Aguilar .


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    Source: www.xatacandroid.com  
    September 25, 2019

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