Promoting as the most compact 6 "screen smartphone, Sharp Aquos S3 could also be available under Android One, running an unmodified edition of 8.1.1
Supplied in a 148.2×74.2 mm housing, the Aquos S3 is 3.5mm shorter and 1.2mm narrower than the LG V30, also equipped with a 6 "screen.
Appearing in South Korea, the Android One of the Aquos S3 runs a newer version than the Android 8.0 edition with the Smile UI interface, delivered on the standard model. The rest of the equipment remain unchanged.
From the point of view of design, the Aquos S3 is an imitation of the iPhone X. At the front we are greeted with a spacious screen with very thin edges around, but unlike the iPhone, the device still retains a narrow frame under the screen to the Sharp logo is enclosed. At the top we find a "bang" slightly smaller than the iPhone X, where the call helmet and the front camera are hosted
In the back we find a dual-camera system with a dual-tone LED flash and 12MP + 13MP resolution. Here we also have a central fingerprint sensor. The back is also made of glass.
Sharp has equipped the Aquos S3 with a good quality IPS display with 2160 x 1080 pixel resolution, 1500: 1 contrast ratio and 550 nits brightness. The front camera received a 16MP resolution sensor and uses optimized lenses for self-photos. Aquos S3 is powered by the Snapdragon 630 chipset, powered by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage space. The 3200 mAh battery is assisted with Quick Charge 3.0 technology for a total charging time of no more than an hour and a half
Also included in the offer to South Korean telecom operator SK Telecom, the new Aquos S3 may be available in other included regions covered by Android One, including Europe. Unfortunately, more information is not available, decoupled.