Sharp launches 4GB RAM Aquos Z2 in Taiwan
Sharp has been silent for a while in the smartphone market but they are back to make another ripple in the waters, especially in Taiwan where they have launched their latest offering – the Aquos Z2. If you want to buy this one, you would have to shell out money in the region of $284.
This new device features a premium build, using metal to complete the bodily build and there is the use of curved glass technology on it. Under the hood is a MediaTek Helio X20 chipset and uses a 5.5 inches’ screen that is set at a resolution of 1080p.
There’s 4GB of RAM to be used for operational purposes and the prevention of lag when running processes while it has 32GB of internal storage space. The back is adorned with a camera of 16MP coupled with dual LED flash and on the front is an 8MP unit to take selfies and make video calls. Additional features include the support pf dual SIM technology, 4G LTE compatibility and its dual standby mode feature.
We don’t know what software it runs out of the box as at the time of writing this butt we do know that a 3000mAh battery will keep the lights on.
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