Sharp Aquos Zero 2: the world's first smartphone with a refresh rate of 240 Hz

Last year, Sharp announced the flagship smartphone Sharp Aquos Zero, and today the manufacturer showed

his successor.

What is known

Sharp Aquos Zero 2 has a glass body that weighs only 143 grams. The new product clearly feels like a feather in your hand compared to the 226-gram iPhone 11 Pro Max.

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The main feature of the device was its 6.4-inch FHD+ OLED display that supports a 240Hz refresh rate. This is more than the gaming smartphone ASUS Rog Phone 2 (120 Hz) or OnePlus 7 Pro (90 Hz).

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All other specifications of the new product are the same asmost flagship smartphones of 2019 have. It received a top-end Snapdragon 855 processor, 8 GB of LPDDR4x RAM, 256 GB of built-in UFS 3.0, an in-display fingerprint scanner, a USB-C charging port, IP68 water protection, NFC and a 12 MP dual camera. The Aquos Zero 2 is powered by a 3130 mAh battery and runs on a “pure” version of the Android 10 OS. Sharp has not yet disclosed the price tag and start date for sales of the smartphone.