Review Sharp Aquos R3

Sharp Aquos R3 announced with Snapdragon 855 SoC, 120Hz dual-notch display

Back in November a year ago, Japan-based Sharp revealed the Aquos R2 reduced which turned into the world's first cell phone with a double score. Today, the organization has reported the second one named Aquos R3. 

The Sharp Aquos R3 flaunts a 6.2-inch Pro IGZO board that has 3120 x 1440-pixel goals and an invigorate rate of 120Hz. It accompanies HDR10 support and has two indents - one at the top which houses the 16.3MP selfie camera, and the other at the base which encompasses the unique finger impression scanner housed in the home catch.

Around the back, the Aquos R3 sports a double camera setup put vertically in the upper left corner. This setup is a blend of one 12.2MP (f/1.7, 78-degree FOV) unit utilized for still photography, and a 20MP (f/2.4, 125-degree FOV) module which is saved for video recording. The cell phone additionally accompanies AI-based camera highlights like AI Live Story and AI Live Shutter.

Discussing the innards, the Sharp Aquos R3 has Snapdragon 855 SoC in charge which is bound with 6GB RAM. The cell phone runs Android Pie and has 128GB of capacity installed. 

It ships with a 3,200 mAh battery with help for 11W Qi remote charging. However, thinking about the size and goals of the screen, it appears the reinforcement may not be such noteworthy. 

Estimating and accessibility subtleties of the Sharp Aquos R3 are as of now inaccessible.

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