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Sharp Aquos R2 goes official with ultra-wide camera and Snapdragon 845 SoC

08 May 2018 3

Finally Sharp also wraps off the cover from their latest flagship smartphone. The device is announced as a successor variant of Aquos R. The device is featuring a 6.0-inches LCD display with an aspect ratio of 19:9. The display refresh rate is 100 Hz which is worth appreciating. The Qualcomm's Octa-core Snapdragon 845 SoC is powering the device with 4GB RAM. The built-in native storage is 64GB which is further expandable via MicroSD card.

The rear side is adorned with dual rear cameras, the primary snapper is 22.6MP whereas the secondary camera is 16.3MP wide-angle sensor with a 135-degrees field of view. The device can record 4K videos. Apart from having one of the best camera sensors, the device comes with Dolby Atmos and Dolby AC-4 audio setup to provide the best audio experience. It is one of its kind smartphones with dual Dolby support. The display supports HDR 10 content. Like most of the latest smartphones, it is water and dust resistant.

Specs Aquos R2
Display 6.0-inches with 19:9 aspect ratio
Screen resolution 1440 x 3040 pixels
Chipset Snapdragon 845
RAM 4GB
Storage 64GB Expandable using MicroSD
Rear camera 22.6+16.3MP
Front camera 16.3MP
OS Android Oreo
Fingerprint Yes
Dimensions 156 x 74 x 9mm
Weight 181g
Battery 3,130mAh


As far as availability is a concern the company stated the device will be available later in summer in five striking colors including Rose Red, Platinum White, Coral Pink, Premium Black, and Aquamarine. At the moment the price is still in dark.


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