Sharp recently announced its latest flagship device AQUOS R6, which is more unique than all the flagship smartphones currently available.
Named the Sharp AQUOS R6, it will be the world’s first smartphone with a 1-inch camera sensor, developed in collaboration with Leica.
With a focal length of f / 1.9, this 1-inch camera module is released under the Leica ‘SUMMICRON’ title and offers the ability to capture very clear photos with high sensitivity even in dark places.
Most mobile phones on the market today have image sensors ranging from 0.4 to 0.8 inches, with an average pixel size of 0.8um to 1.4um.
The pixel unit of images taken with this sensor measures 2.4um, which is 194% more than a 1.4um pixel, and 800% more light than a 0.8um pixel.
They also point out that a Qualcomm Spectra 580 image processor is included to process this data, enabling them to take professional grade photos with less noise and more dynamic range.
It also comes with a 12MP selfie camera and an under-display fingerprint scanner, including Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max, their largest ultrasonic fingerprint scanner.
The Sharp AQUOS R6 is the world’s first smartphone to feature this finerprint sensor, and Qualcomm claims that the new fingerprint scanner is 12x larger than the first 3D Sonic scanner and 9x times larger than the 2nd generation 3D Sonic scanner. .
Also, the screen with the 2,730 x 1,260px resolution “Pro IGZO OLED” panel is not found in any other mobile phone so far. also supports a level.
Accordingly, it surpasses the screens of the Galaxy S21 Ultra and OnePlus 9 Pro, which are currently the best mobile phone screens in the world.
The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 888 chipset with 12GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It has IPX5 dust and IPX8 water resistance certification and is powered by a 5,000mAh battery.
However, this mobile phone is targeted at Japan and is primarily designed to support Japanese mobile phone services.
The Sharp Aquos R6 will support NTT Docomo and SoftBank carriers, and Sharp has yet to disclose pricing details.