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Sharp’s full-screen phones look increasingly less special

Bezel is out, full screen is in- that is the trend this year.

Bezel is out, full screen is in- that is the trend this year. Sharp’s full-screen phones  introduced with much fanfarw faikled to catch the attention span of the targetted customers. For a change Sharp launched the Aquos S3 Mini in China  a few days after WMC Barcelona.

Unfortunateloy noting great about this  budget smartphone with average specs and common edge-to-edge screen design . As such there is nothing more than a cosmetic changes in the age old Sharp design arneal

This design stood out for its narrow bezels and a screen that took up almost the entire front face of the device. While other giants are following  full swtreen design , Sharp could not catch up much.

  • The Aquos S3 mini has a 5.5-inch curved glass display
  • Only 87.5 percent screen-to-body ratio
  • Roughly 1080p resolution.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor and has
  • 6GB of RAM,
  • 64GB of internal storage, and
  • 3,020mAh battery.
  • Android 7.1 Nougat
  • Dual-SIM device
  • USB Type-C port
  • 16-megapixel rear camera
  • 20-megapixel selfie cam with a portrait mode.
  • Facial recognition
  • Fingerprint sensor located below the screen.

The claim from Sharp that either method can unlock the phone in 0.1 seconds, this is yet to0 be seen. Ample spread of colours – black, blue, or gold, and it costs 1599 CNY ($252.80).  How come Sharp missed the famus colour of China, red for a change?

Last year Sharo introduced  Aqua 2 but with less success. Incidentally Sharp expect display orders for new iPad models towards OLED and IGZO to keep them afloat.


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