Japan has unveiled the top-of-the-line Sharp Aquos R7 smartphone. This model is noteworthy in a number of parameters, and with some global models even incomparable. For example, the Aquos R7 has a screen with a maximum frame rate of 240 Hz, which varies in the widest range from 1 to 240 Hz in increments of 1 Hz. Global flagships can not boast such a boast yet. The display is OLED, made by IGZO technology. It is protected by Gorilla Glass Victus.
The novelty is built on the SoC Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, has 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of built-in flash memory. So where did the 1.25TB of memory come from? It’s simple: unlike most other flagships, the Aquos R7 supports memory cards, and up to 1TB.
Of course, the device has a 5G modem, and there is also a standard headphone jack, which disappeared from the world’s flagships a long time ago. At the same time, Sharp’s novelty is protected against dust and water in accordance with IP68.
Neither the Galaxy S22 Ultra, much less the iPhone 13 Pro, has a one-inch image sensor, but the Aquos R7 does. And the Leica specialists worked on the main camera. The module also uses a high-quality Leica Summicron lens. Cut into the center of the front camera – with a 12.6 megapixel sensor.
The Sharp Aquos R7 has a 5,000mAh battery, supports wireless charging, features stereo speakers and runs Android 12. The novelty will go on sale in July, and the price will be announced closer to that time.