Sharp Aquos Zero 6
Sharp unveils Aquos zero6 – a smartphone with a 240Hz screen and it’s still no bigger success than the biggest one (Zero 2 did 240Hz last year and there’s an R6 with 1 sensor). Instead, Zero 6’s reputation claims to be the world’s fastest 5G smartphone. Ch, w, this is what Sharp claims and it comes with a number of stars.
Specifically, the Sharp Aquos Zero 6 is a lightweight 5G phone with a screen larger than 6 inches and a battery that is 4,000mAh or higher. The iPhone 12 mini weighs 135g, though it has a 5.4 “display and a 2,227mAh battery (13 mini is also lighter at 141g).
Back to the display, it has a 6.4 ”IGZO OLED panel that runs at 240Hz. It has 1080p + resolution (19.5: 9 aspect ratio) and supports 10-bit images. There is also a Fingerprint Reader display on the heel and a sheet of guerrilla glass wicking that protects the display.
The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 750G chipset, with an 8 nm chip X52 5G modem that supports sub-6 GHz and mmWave networks. Aquos is equipped with zero6 8 GB RAM (LPDDR4X) and 128 GB storage (UFS 2.2), as well as a MicroSD slot and runs from the Android 11 outlet.
On the back is the main camera with a 48MP sensor (f / 1.8 lens, 26mm) and includes an 8MP telephoto module (53mm lens, 2x magnification) and an 8MP ultra-wide camera (120º / 15mm), as well as a 3D Twin F. Sensors and a laser autofocus system. A 12.6MP sensor is used inside the main camera. Sharpless phone with its latest ProPix3 image processing engine that promises a wide dynamic range.
The phone runs on a 4,010mAh battery that supports USB power delivery, but not fast charging – the full charge lasts 2 hours and 10 minutes. The phone is rated IP68 for dust and water resistance (for immersion) as well as IPX5 (water jet).
Sharp Aquos zero6 will launch in early October and will be available via carrier SoftBank.
Next up is Sharp Aquos sense6. It has a 6GB 6.1 ”IGZO OLED display (1080p + resolution)“ only ”with a 120Hz refresh rate. It can also handle 10-bit HDR images and has a top brightness of 1,300 knots.
The phone runs on the less powerful Snapdragon 690 chipset (8nm with the same hardware as the 750G) with a basic memory configuration with 4 / 64GB and 6 / 128GB options. This is pre-installed on Android 11.
While this model is cheaper, it has a single camera setup on the right side of the camera, starting with a 48MP main camera (f / 1.8, 26mm) with a ProPix3 engine, followed by an 8MP telephoto camera (2x, 53mm). And an 8MP ultra-wide module. (120º, 15mm). However, there is no 3D ToF sensor or laser AF support here. In addition, the front camera has been converted to an 8MP sensor.
On the go, the phone has a 4,570mAh battery and the same IP-IP68 / IPX5 protection from dust and water (immersion + jet).
The Sharp Aquos sense6 will be available from mid-November career DoCoMo.