At the IFA trade show in Berlin, Sharp presented a very unusual Aquos V phone. It looks like a budget phone, costs like an average, and the interior is almost flagship.
The appearance of Aquos V can be described briefly - subdued modesty, simplicity with a pinch of elegance. At the front we have a 5.9-inch Full HD+ screen with simple, not very narrow bezels, while the back is covered with a pretty nice glossy material, without any decorations. Inside the housing works the flagship, though already old Snapdragon 835, supported by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory (with a socket for micorSD). The phone supports LTE, it also has Bluetooth 5.0 and USB-C, but no NFC. Interestingly, the manufacturer did not specify the battery capacity during the presentation.
Sharp Aquos V has two 13-megapixel cameras on the back and an 8 Mpx front camera. The device works under the control of the raw form of Android Pie, and the price is 229 euro. The phone will be available in Europe soon.
|Sharp Aquos V straight from IFA 2019
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