I had a Sharp Aquos S3 they never updated the thing at all nothing so I wouldn't buy another Sharp phone.
Misfit2Fields, 22 May 2020Hell naw. With THAT battery? That phone dying in a heartbeat. Yeh it's gonna be tight, they better have some aggressive battery management
Hell naw. With THAT battery? That phone dying in a heartbeat.
If this was Samsung and now Xiaomi this would cost about 4000e. And all the fanboy!! would say wow this is not expensive at all. Well guess who is making expensive products.
sohail shafayat, 22 May 2020great phone without(?) a battery!!!It's using Sharp's power efficient display tech, although I suggest carrying a power bank with you if you're going to be disconnected from a power source with a lot of heavy usage
LilPhone, 22 May 2020Where's the proof? Give me a link.http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2019/08/new_switch_models_to_reportedly_benefit_from_sharps_energy_efficient_igzo_displays
And another one
great phone without(?) a battery!!!
LilPhone, 22 May 2020Where's the proof? Give me a link.Here is a video demonstration officially from them(sparrow news reposted but it's sharps official video):
In the right you literally see the black frames in between
I could dig up from their site but I'm feeling too lazy right now
Let me put in more effort..
Ok here is the site:
Here is their fine print
* 1 On the smartphone screen, the screen update at 120Hz per second is linked, and a black screen is inserted through the middle to achieve AQUOS zero (60 display state changes per second) 4 times the change of the display state 240 times per second set up).
[deleted post]Really got him there
Guys wait for it. Sure the panel could be bad or the touch input might be badly optimized. I personally didn't like Sharp phones, but i very much liked their innovative approach. It sucks they had so many software problems, but they do put in a lot of effort. Keep in mind this is not the phone for people who want reliability.
notches/holes + high refresh rate displays is one of the most galaxy brain takes these desperate phone makers have come up to yet. oh here's your gaming phone with huge dead pixels on its gaming screen, hope you like it!
I like the fact that it doesn't look like a gaming phone.
the problem with sharp high display mode is that it not really well optimized ... the got the hardware right but software is a bit flop..
their touch sampling did not match up the display high refresh rate.. resulting a bit shuttering here and there.. (based on their previous flagship that use 120hz display)
but it not much to complaint as it only cost $700 ..
I like this, camera is more than fine, when i need capable one i get pro camera. Waiting
LilPhone, 22 May 2020Its actually a 120Hz display that appears like a 240Hz one.
Its battery capacity is only 31... moreHere is your problem this isn't a lower quality SAMOLED screen, this is an IGZO OLED very efficient
But I understand it's not common technology and people are brainwashed and hive minded of thinking Samsung oled is best lol
And this is 240hz with black frame insertion but is still 240hz regardless
Sharp was making phones when most of the commenters below were sucking on a milk bottle. They don't realize what they're dissing. Sharp is not only a producer, but also an innovator. They're contributed a lot to the industry and given ideas to their competitors. Sharp deserves respect. You should know that.