Sharp just announced its Aquos Zero will be hitting its first international market as it goes on sale in Taiwan. At 146g the company claims it's the lightest 6-inch smartphone in the market, but its internals are still nothing to frown at.
The Sharp Aquos Zero comes with Snapdragon 845paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of non-expandable storage. It's built around a 6.2-inch curved OLED screen by Sharp with QHD+ resolution (1,440 x 2,992 px) and features Gorilla Glass 5 protection.
On the back, you will find only one camera with 22.6MP resolution and f/1.9 lens while the front snapper does 8MP stills.
The phone runs Android 9.0 Pie and packs in a 3,130 mAh battery. Sharp says the light body was achieved through the use of magnesium alloy and aramid fiber. It's also IP68-certified against water and dust.
The only available color for the Aquos Zero is Meteorite Black and it costs TWD 19,990 ($648). If you order it before the end of February you will receive a free Bluetooth headset with it.
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that size of a bezel but u still want a notch!
While the Sharp phones aren't as fun anymore thanks to the Foxconn acquisition, I really wish their phones became global immediately after they hit Japan. Living in Japan was like being 5 years ahead in terms of phones solely thanks to Sharp and Pana...