Sharp revealed it’s new phone, the Aquos Zero, which the company says is the lightest 6-inch smartphone ever made.
The company rightfully claims the right of calling it so as the body is made of magnesium alloy. Along with that, the rear panel is made of fibre, minimalizing weight. The phone weighs a mere 146 gm.
The phone has an OLED display, measuring 6.2 inches and 86.2% screen to body ratio with resolution 1440 x 2992 pixels, 18.7:9 ratio.
The phone runs on a fast-charging 3,130 mAh battery. It is powered by the Snapdragon 845 (10nm) chipset provided by Qualcomm and Android 9.0 Pie.
The rear camera has a 22.6 MP wide angle lens with the f/1.9 aperture. The selfie camera, on the other hand, has an 8 MP lens with the f/2.2 aperture.
The phone has a fingerprint sensor mounted on the rear panel of the phone. It is also provided with an array of other sensors like the accelerometer and the proximity sensors.
The smartphone is already up for sale in Taiwan and is supposed to hit the markets of other countries soon. It is available only in one colour right now, which is the Meteorite Black for $648.