Sharp using the world’s first 1-inch camera sensor and powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset Sharp Aquos R6 smartphone was announced.
Aquos R6 draws attention for the first time in the world with its Pro IGZO OLED 6,67 inch display. In this way, the device can offer an amic refresh rate between 1 Hz and 240 Hz. This screen claims to offer perfect balance in terms of power saving and fluidity. The resolution is WUXGA + and it appears as 2730 x 1260 pixels. As we mentioned at the beginning Aquos R6 Snapdragon 888 supported by the chipset. The device offers 12 GB of RAM and 128 GB of UFS 3.1 storage.
Sharp has partnered with Leica to offer the world’s first smartphone with a 1-inch image CMOS sensor. The company states that the sensor is about 5 times larger than before and also contains many improvements. Rear sensors on the device also support low-light auto focus. Sharp also emphasizes that it uses Leica Summicron, which has 7 elements that allow it to take high resolution photos. Primary camera, 12 f / 1 paired with 6 ToF lenses. It comes with a 20-megapixel sensor with 9 aperture. It is stated that the huge sensor can do an extraordinary job in low light conditions. In this sense, we can expect the sensor to offer better amic range and less noise compared to almost all other smartphone sensors.
Other highlights of the Aquos R6 include a 12 MP selfie camera, Qualcomm 3D Sonic Max under-screen fingerprint scanner, a 5,000 mAh battery with Intelligent Charge 2.0 support, Android 11 and water and dust resistance.
We will be able to find out the price of the smartphone with black and white color options when it is available for sale in mid-June.