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Last updated: 23 March 2018 – 15:00

Finally, over two months after the date initially scheduled for announcement (16 January 2018), the Aquos S3 mini is a fact. For a while, leaks on the Google Play supported devices list had us believe the phone had been renamed to Aquos V1 mini, apparently not the case, now that it was officially announced on 22 March. Sales will begin (in China) on...

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Last updated: 27 March 2018 – 08:05

The Aquos S3 (FS8032) has finally been announced, first in Taiwan, one day ahead of the advertised 28th April announcement in Vietnam.

The Aquos S3 has a 5.99-inch screen with a 18:9 ratio and a Full HD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 px, giving it a ratio of 91% of the device's total surface area...

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Last updated: 14 April 2018 – 11:11

8 August 2017: The Sharp Aquos S2 has finally been announced officially and comes, as expected, in two versions – the "standard", FS8010, and the "high-specs", FS8016. The difference between the two models is mainly in the processor and RAM/ROM (read below).

The Sharp Aquos S2 is made by FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of Foxconn, and doesn't really qualify...

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Last updated: 26 November 2017 – 15:24

Mid-April 2017: Foxconn have rolled out another Sharp-branded phone in Taiwan, the Z3. This phone is hardly new, though, as it was previously released (in 2016) under the base name Infocus M820, dubbed TG Luna S on South Korean carrier SK Telecom. As expected, Foxconn are simply using the brand ownership they aquired along with purchasing a major share of Sharp last...

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Last updated: 4 December 2017 – 16:41

Announced on 25 August 2016, the Sharp Z2 (FS8002) is a SIM-free smartphone launched for the Taiwanese market. Subsequently, the Z2 was also released for the Singaporean and Malaysian markets.

The Sharp Z2 comes with a 5.5-inch FHD display (401ppi) built using Sharp's advanced high-speed Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Silicon (LTPS) technology offering a 120...

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Last updated: 4 December 2017 – 16:48

The Sharp M1 is the third phone launching in Taiwan after the aquisition of the majority of Sharp shares by Taiwanese Hon Hai, a.k.a. Foxconn. This appears to be a mid-range smartphone utilising a display technology never before seen on a Sharp phone (the Z2 has it as well).

The Sharp M1 has a 5.5-inch Full HD 1080p LTPS (Low-Temperature...

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Last updated: 17 December 2017 – 13:33

The Aquos P1 is the first phone Sharp are making for the Taiwan market in a few years' time. The phone's debut was in early July 2016.

The Sharp Aquos P1 is but a rebranding of the most recent iPhone-look-alikes released in Japan under the Aquos Xx3 on SoftBank, Aquos SH-04H on Docomo, and Aquos Serie SHV34 on AU.

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Last updated: 10 March 2018 – 16:29

The flagship of Commtiva's range of franchise Sharp phones launched in the latter part of 2012, the Aquos Phone SH837W wields some impressive specs for a non-Japanese Sharp.

The SH837W comes with a 4.7-inch S-CG Silicon LCD display and HD (1280 x 720 px) resolution, covered with a Corning Gorilla curved glass. It is powered by a dual-core MTK6577...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

In October 2012, China Telecom launched another mid-range Sharp smartphone, the SH630T, which was also released in taiwan on carrier Commtiva as SH630E.

The screen on this device measures 4.3 inches in diagonal and has a QHD resolution of 540 x 960 pixels. It is powered by a dual-core Snapdragon MSM8625 by Qualcomm humming at 1.2 Ghz, but...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

The Aquos Phone SH930W is Sharp's first attempt to set foot on Russian soil. And it does so very impressively... -ish. It was launched in November 2012, and then also released in Taiwan, by local carrier Commtiva.

The Aquos Phone SH930W comes with a large 5-inch display built using Sharp's cutting edge IGZO LCD tech, which promises up to 2.5 times reduction...

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