Sharp Aquos Xx lands with a boxed aluminum body
Veteran Japanese tech giant, Sharp, just lifted the veils off a spanking new smartphone from their flagship Aquos series. The electronic company dubbed the new smartphone Sharp Aquos Xx.
If you love smartphones designed with not-so-curved edges, you’ll surely like the Aquos Xx, thanks to a 146 x 76 x 8.7mm aluminum body which weighs 168 grams (with the battery).
In terms of hardware, Sharp Aquos Xx houses an ample 5.7-inch 1080p S-PureLCD touchscreen. There’s a 13-megapixel camera and LED flash for taking shots of great moments into history as well a 2MP CMOS selfie taker up front for those boring moments you’d like to take dozens of weird pictures of your face.
Powering the smartphone is a 3GB RAM alongside Qualcomm’s high end Snapdragon 810 SoC with it’s trademark octa-core CPU arrangement (four Cortex-A57 and four A53 cores arranged in two sets). A microSD card slot is available on the device but you are not likely going to be needing that unless you can fill up the default 32GB internal storage quite easily.
For battery juice, the Aquos Xx taps current from a 3,000mAh battery. The handset will hit the shelves in June with black, white and red color flavors to choose from.
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