Nowadays, there are limited mid-range phones available in the market. And among those is Sharp’s truly convincing flagship phone, Aquos S2. The phone is currently revealed in China, and it turned out to be slim-bezel featuring a 5-inch display and runs a Snapdragon 630 processor in its “standard” edition.
That is most likely still a way speedier silicon than the SD435 inside the LG Q6, with a limited “Collector’s Edition” Sharp Aquos S2 additionally increasing the power ante to the Snapdragon 660 likewise found under the OPPO R11’s hood.
It’s fundamentally not quite the same as Apple’s oft-leaked iPhone 8 configuration approach either, however, the “chin” on Aquos S2 is sufficiently huge to suit a physical unique finger impression scanner and Sharp logo. The world’s smallest unique finger impression scanner, for the record, yet, you need to think about whether Foxconn’s subsidiary is really dedicated to the 100 percent bezel-less screen cell phone objective.
Obviously, the Aquos S2 has several other features going on in addition to its screen-to-body ratio of about 85 percent. Especially, Full HD+ display resolution (2040 x 1080 pixels), up to 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage, microSD support, and the essential dual rear-facing camera technology. With Dual Pixel, 1.4-micron size and 12 megapixels, the main lens appears similar to the Galaxy S8’s single back shooter, while a secondary 8MP sensor lets users have various great background blur tricks.
Finally, you get an 8MP front-facing camera, premium glass and metal build, Android 7.1.1 Nougat, a 3020mAh battery, slim 7.9mm profile and USB Type-C connectivity. However, the information about the availability of phone is not revealed yet.