Sharp officially announced today the Aquos R6 phone, which is launched with a camera developed in cooperation with Leica, which comes with a 1-inch sensor, and a distinctive screen with a brightness of 2000 nit.
The Aquos R6 launches today from Sharp with a distinctive 6.6-inch screen, a display resolution of 2730 by 1260 pixels, HDR technology and the highest brightness ratio in smartphones 2000 nit, where the company confirmed that the brightness ratio comes thanks to a new OLED screen with IGZO technology.
Also, the Aquos R6 camera has been developed in cooperation between Sharp and Leica Germany, where the camera settings include a large sensor of 1 inch with a precision of 20 mega pixels. Supports imaging quality.
Leica also offers 7-element lenses in the Aquos R6 camera, which supports the user to photograph with the lowest distortion, but Sharp offers a single background camera, so the phone supports digital zoom.
Sharp supports the Aquos R6 phone with Qualcomm’s 3D fingerprint scanning system, Sonic Max, which allows users to register with two fingers to support more effective protection when registering with the phone.
The phone also applies to random memory 12 GB RAM, 128 GB storage capacity, with a Snapdragon 888 processor chip, the phone also comes with a battery capacity of 5000 mAh, and the company is expected to reveal later on the price of the phone and when it will be available in the market.