Japanese electronics maker Sharp introduced its first flagship smartphone with support for fifth-generation networks. The main focus in Sharp was on the quality of the display's color rendering. Moreover, the gadget is equipped with four main cameras at once and has a good supply of RAM.
The Sharp Aquos R5G has a 6.5-inch QHD + IGZO matrix with a resolution of 3168x1440 pixels. The device's display supports a refresh rate of 120 Hz, with a maximum screen brightness of 1000 nits. Representatives of Sharp noted that the brightness of the display is adjusted automatically, depending on the displayed image.
Aquos R5G is equipped with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. The device has 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory. The main camera of the device is represented by a set of four sensors: 12 MP, 48 MP, 12 MP and ToF sensor. Declared support for recording 8K video. The resolution of the front camera is 16 MP. The built-in battery capacity of the device is 3730 mAh.
As a means of biometric authentication, Sharp installed a fingerprint scanner on a separate area at the bottom of the screen. Thus, the display has two cutouts at once: for the scanner and for the front camera. Among the features of the device, it is worth noting the presence of an NFC module, water-resistance corresponding to the IP68 standard, as well as the latest Wi-Fi 6 standard.
The start of sales of new items will take place this spring. The gadget will be available in three colors: blue, black and white. The manufacturer has not yet disclosed the cost of the Sharp Aquos R5G.