Sharp announced a new smartphone in Japan today. The Sharp S7 is a mid-range Android One phone with some pretty interesting features including a battery life said to last up to 1 week.
The Sharp 7 is actually a rebranded Aquos Sense 3 Lite but comes with less RAM, less storage, and ditches the fingerprint scanner. It also comes with Pure Android (Android 10) and the Google Assistant pre-installed unlike the Sense 3 Lite which runs Android 9 Pie and has Sharp’s Emopa 10.1 pre-installed.
The Sharp S7 has a 5.5-inch IGZO LCD screen with a resolution of 2160 x 1080. Sharp says with its IGZO energy-saving display technology, battery life can go up to 1 week…
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