Sharp announces the Aquous Xx3, set for launch in Q1 2017
In Japan, Sharp has introduced a new device into the market and going by the kind of naming that we have on this one, it can easily be known that it follows in the footsteps of another one.
Named the Aquous Xx3 mini, what the device doesn’t have in terms of a good naming system has been made up for in the kind of awesome specs that have been packed to be on it.
For the beginners, it makes use of a 4.7 inch of screen which is interesting in the sense that it packs a pixel density that is greater than that of the Sony Xperia X Compact which, if we recall well, is set at just 4.6 inches.
Under this screen is a QUALCOMM snapdragon 617 chipset which has an octa core to itself and has the ability to reach a maximum clock speed of at least, 1.5GHz.
There is 3GB of RAM under the hood and this is linked up with a 16GB internal storage apace which can be improved by the user to as such as is wanted. Leaving that area, we are also treated to a 21MP rear camera and the front is adorned by an 8MP selfie shooter.
Expected to launch in February of next year, this one would run the Android Nougat 7.0 out of the box and in the end, pull all of its power from the 2400mAh battery unit.
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