Last month, it emerged that Sharp is preparing to launch a span of scarcely bezel-less smartphones, featuring displays that cover many of a front of any handset, and fluctuating into a winding corners of a dual devices. Those phones are rumored to be rising this month, though one of them has apparently been hold on camera in a rather informed pose.
A print posted on Weibo shows a close-up of one of a dual handsets – famous as FS8016 and FS8010 – being hold upside-down. The surprising combination of a picture appears to have been a counsel choice, given how identical it is to a teaser print of a Essential Phone expelled dual months before Android co-founder Andy Rubin strictly announced that device.
That positively seems appropriate, given that a Sharp device shares an apparent likeness with a Essential Phone. The picture of a new Sharp phone appears to uncover a cutout during a tip of a arrangement – presumably to accommodate a front-facing camera – accurately a same as on a Essential Phone.
Sharp’s new handsets will reportedly underline a “new pattern structure”, that will capacitate them to withstand a dump from 1.5 meters onto a tough surface. In further to a back fingerprint sensor, both models are approaching to have 5.5-inch displays with 2040x1080px resolution, along with 12MP back and 8MP front cameras, and 64GB of storage.
The dual variants will come with Android 7.1.1 Nougat, though are pronounced to differ in their other pivotal specs, with a tip indication featuring a Snapdragon 660 processor and 6GB of RAM. The latest picture also hints during dual-SIM support on during slightest one model.