The Japanese electronic giant, Sharp has been coming up with interesting smartphone models lately, but the sad part is that these devices are not available globally. GizBot was present at CES 2015, which tool place in Las Vegas, earlier this month, where Sharp showcased its Aquos Crystal smartphone.
Well, now the company has launced two new smartphone under its Aquos series, including Aquos mini SHV31 and Aquos K. While one of them has got a regular smartphone form factor, the other one is a flip phone.
Sharp Aquos mini SHV31 - Key Specifications
The first handset is Sharp Aquos mini SHV31, which comes equipped with a 4.5 inch 1080p IGZO display technology along with 487 pixels per inch. It is powered by a 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset and on the rear side it sports a 13MP camera. On the top, the bezels are too narrow making it to have high screen to body ratio. In addition to this, the Aquos Mini smartphone from Sharp is also waterproof. While, the smartphone comes loaded with the 2,120 mAh battery - using the technology of IGZO display, the smartphone lasts up to 2-3 days.
Sharp Aqous K - Key Specifications
On the other end, Sharp Aqous K which is a flip phone carries a slim form factor uses track-pad for the navigation. The interface is quite similar to the Android but some customizations can be seen. The device sports a 13MP rear camera like the Sharp Aquos mini SHV31 offering recording capabilities of1080p resolution videos.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!