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Last updated: 3 April 2019 – 06:29

Starting 9 April 2019, Sharp will be selling a SIM-free version of the Aquos Zero, code-named SH-M10.

Even six months after the original announcement, the Aquos Zero continues to be the world's lightest smartphone having a screen of 6 inches or more, weighing 146 grams....

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Last updated: 6 February 2019 – 12:11

The SIM-free version of the Aquos R2 compact has now been offically announced, with sales starting 21 February 2019.

The only difference between the Softbank version (803SH) is the colour options, limited as usual: deep white and pure black.

The Aquos R2 compact has the world's first double-notch display and...

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Last updated: 18 June 2019 – 10:29

The SH-M08 is the SIM-free version of the Aquos sense2 that appeared earlier on Docomo and AU by KDDI. This SIM-free version can be used with any of the virtual mobile network operators in Japan (and the world over, of course).

Rakuten Mobile, one such VMNO, has already announced it will be offering the SH-M08, releasing...

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Last updated: 1 September 2018 – 11:02

The Asian Aquos S3 has finally been released officially (31st August 2018) and is now available to buy in Germany and other EU countries under the name Sharp Aquos D10. This release comes very late as the phone is now one year old and its specifications fail to impress, even at the relatively low price of 399 euro.

The...

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Last updated: 13 July 2018 – 17:07

The second Sharp phone to see official launch on European markets is neither Sharp, nor impressive in any way. The Sharp B10 is designed and made by Foxconn's subsidiary FIH Mobile and was announced in April 2018 for Vietnam under the name A2 Lite.

The Sharp B10 is a low-end device with 5.7-inch HD+ screen (720 x 1440 px) and...

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Last updated: 21 July 2018 – 11:03

Sharp phones are beginning to sell in Europe – the models have now been officially listed on the European website of Sharp's representative in Europe, SKYTEC UMC Management s. r. o.

The higher model is the Aquos C10, which is a modded version of the Aquos S2 that was launched in China and South-East Asia in September 2017. The...

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Last updated: 14 June 2018 – 12:39

Alongside the Aquos R2, Sharp have also announced the SIM-free Aquos Sense Plus – the next iteration in their mid-range series that was renamed Aquos Sense in 2017. The model name is SH-M07.

The Aquos Sense Plus has an IGZO dipslay measuring 5.5 inches with a resolution of 2160...

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Last updated: 10 July 2019 – 09:42

Following the launch of the Aquos R Compact on the AU and the SoftBank networks, Japan's first smartphone to utilise a free-form display was also announced as a SIM-free device under the model name SH-M06 and will be available in late January 2018. 

Advertised as "the most powerful premium compact model in Aquos history", the Aquos...

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Last updated: 10 July 2019 – 09:41

Scheduled for release in early December 2017, the Aquos sense lite SH-M05 is the SIM-free version of the Aquos sense model first announced by AU KDDI under the monicker SHV40, then by Docomo named SH-01K, and finally by Softbank as the Aquos sense basic.

The Aquos sense lite is a mid-range device...

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Last updated: 4 December 2017 – 16:19

This December 2016 Sharp are releasing their first SIM-free flip-keitai, the Aquos Mobile SH-N01.

Other than the name, and perhaps relieved from the operator pre-installed bloatware, this is the exact same phone as the Aquos Mobile SH-01J on Docomo, the Aquos Mobile 2 on SoftBank and the Aquos Mobile...

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