Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Sharp Smartphone AQUOS 206SH 5 "Full HD

Sharp has unveiled AQUOS 206SH, a Smartphone 5 inch Full HD Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) which has several interesting features for Japan only. It is sealed against dust and water. The Japanese manufacturer Sharp has just lifted the veil on a new Smartphone running Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean): The AQUOS 206SH. It seems that for the moment for the country of the rising sun at the operator Softbank, but it remains a high-end very interesting that has some rather welcome ideas model. A 5-inch screen Full HD consumes less than competitors

This Smartphone is certified to be dust-proof as well as water proof when it is immersed in water to a depth of one meter. Its screen is a model with a 5-inch Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) like some high-end models this year (HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4 and Sony Xperia Z). For cons, the manufacturer makes a bold gamble to use a TFT panel "CG Silicon" it produces and offers lower than what is used in competitive consumption. The interior is fairly standard for such a Smartphone. We found a SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro with a quad-core CPU at 1.7 GHz and Adreno 320 GPU. The whole is accompanied by 2GB of RAM while the storage includes 32 GB and can be expanded to 64GB via a memory card reader. The connectivity is based on the 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and of course, a 4G modem is the game. Video of 13.1 megapixel sensor / (1080p compatible) takes place in the back while a second front has 2 megapixels (also 1080p).

But one of the most interesting points is that Sharp has decided to put a high-capacity battery in a Smartphone: 3070 mAh. Indeed, it has almost the same as in Samsung Galaxy Note II (3100 mAh). The bigger battery and a screen that consumes less than average are two arguments that the Japanese manufacturer to indicate that the AQUOS 206SH has a range of two days of battery power. As we mentioned, this high-end device is not yet announced in Japan through a single operator, Softbank, with availability for the next month. The rate has meanwhile not yet been mentioned. In the end, this announcement from Sharp seems more important to signal a point that their smart phones tend to become larger and larger, and more powerful in the process. Yes, but the autonomy that regress at best stagnates from one generation to another.

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