Sharp Aquos Zero with Snapdragon 845 finally escapes Japan

Ro, 08 January 2019

Sharp just announced its Aquos Zero will be hitting its first international market as it goes on sale in Taiwan. At 146g the company claims it's the lightest 6-inch smartphone in the market, but its internals are still nothing to frown at.

The Sharp Aquos Zero comes with Snapdragon 845paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of non-expandable storage. It's built around a 6.2-inch curved OLED screen by Sharp with QHD+ resolution (1,440 x 2,992 px) and features Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

On the back, you will find only one camera with 22.6MP resolution and f/1.9 lens while the front snapper does 8MP stills.

The phone runs Android 9.0 Pie and packs in a 3,130 mAh battery. Sharp says the light body was achieved through the use of magnesium alloy and aramid fiber. It's also IP68-certified against water and dust.

The only available color for the Aquos Zero is Meteorite Black and it costs TWD 19,990 ($648). If you order it before the end of February you will receive a free Bluetooth headset with it.

Source (in Taiwanese) | Via


Reader comments

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  • the T's

that size of a bezel but u still want a notch!

  • Simon

While the Sharp phones aren't as fun anymore thanks to the Foxconn acquisition, I really wish their phones became global immediately after they hit Japan. Living in Japan was like being 5 years ahead in terms of phones solely thanks to Sharp and Pana...

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