Sharp has discovered its latest smartphone, Akuos R2 Compact, which has a two-part design. This may be the first smartphone we've seen in two inches. At the top is a stone on the front of the camera, such as OnePlus 6T and Essential Phone. However, Sharp also decided to cut off the cut from the bottom of the display to receive the fingerprint sensor.
It's an easy-to-use package with a 5.2-inch LCD screen that has a resolution of 2,280 to 1,080 pixels and a 19: 9 aspect ratio ratio. There's a Snapdragon 845 processor, 4 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of storage space with expansion slot for microSD card slots. There is also a 22.6 megapixel main camera and an 8-megapixel camera enclosure. It should have decent durability with a 2.500mAh battery inside and fast charging support via the USB-C port.
The new smartphone will launch Android 9.0 Pie, but it will not be on sale in Japan until next January. We do not know what the price will be, but you can last visit Sharp's website.
Sharp has announced his intention to return to the smartphone market with triples of new IFA smartphones in August, but for now it seems unlikely to receive the US version. The same applies to the Akuos R2 Compact, which is a disgrace, because there is a real lack of small smartphones on the market, and Sony does not seem likely to release the compact version of Xperia KSZ3 this year.
Sharp's decision to keep the fingerprint sensor on the front and cut the bottom cutout from the display to make room for it is weird, especially since some of his other Akuos phones have moved the fingerprint sensor like most other manufacturers.
As we watched anxiously while the Android smartphone manufacturers accepted the commas, we got used to them. Although we are still not on a deep-seated boat in Pikel 3 KSL. It's obvious that we stay here, but that does not mean we want more of them. Luckily, Google has already committed that screen limitations are displayed on two screens, so it is feared that Sharp will accelerate the escalation war essentially unnecessary.