Sharp has introduced the Aquos R6 smartphone for the Japanese market – a flagship with just one functioning digital camera on the again, however one which comes with an enormous 1” sensor. It’s the largest digital camera sensor put in a cell phone ever, and it was developed collectively with Leica all the way in which from R&D by lens design to picture high quality adjustment.
The telephone additionally comes with the world’s first Professional IGZO OLED 6.67” display screen that permits for a dynamic refresh charge between 1Hz and 240Hz for locating the proper steadiness between power-saving and smoothness. Decision is WUXGA+, which implies 2,730 x 1,260 pixels.
The Sharp Aquos R6 is powered by a Snapdragon 888 chipset. It is going to be supplied with just one reminiscence choice – 8GB RAM + 128GB of storage and solely native carriers will get to promote it at first.
The digital camera sensor permits for 20MP stills, and Leica and Sharp have additionally redesigned the lens in entrance – it’s 7P with an f/1.9 aperture and the focal size equal of 19 mm.
There’s additionally a ToF sensor subsequent to the primary digital camera, a single flash; the one picture stabilization Sharp and Leica offered is digital (EIS).
The Aquos R6 sensor is 5x greater than sensors in different flagships
The huge sensor can do an excellent job in low mild situations in line with the official press launch. It ought to supply higher dynamic vary and decreased noise in comparison with nearly each different smartphone sensor on the market.
The remainder of the the Aquos R6 highlights embrace a 12MP selfie shooter in addition to an under-display fingerprint scanner. The battery is 5,000 mAh, and the Aquos R6 is waterproof and dustproof.
The telephone is obtainable in two colours – Black and White. It is going to be accessible on the market at Docomo and NTT in the course of June after we’ll study the precise worth of the telephone.
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