Sharp to Unveil an All New Smartphone in China

Japanese multinational electronic company, Sharp is said to unveil an all new smartphone in China and it seems that the device is going to sport a bezel-less outlook. Earlier users got introduced to Sharp Aquos R which did turn out to be a favorable smartphone and now people are quite excited to see what Sharp actually has in store for them now.

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Sharp may roll out a new smartphone soon

The Japanese tech entity is expected to harness the real estate of the phone but there could be a slight bezel as stated by Android Headlines. Nothing else has been revealed by the upcoming smartphone which would be developed by Sharp due to which we cannot really talk about the specs of the device.

Therefore, the design of the smartphone is certainly envisioned to be a class apart. People did get a slight glimpse of the phone in some of its pictures and by getting an insight into those images it has been predicted that the smartphone may also feature a fingerprint sensor which could be located right below the display.

However, the smartphone can also end up bearing a rear-facing camera. The name of the phone has also not been revealed till now. Therefore, users are quite eager to know what the smartphone would exactly be called.

Sharp has not only earned a name in the smartphone industry but the Japanese electronics company is also known for manufacturing other devices. The television sets developed by the company have also been well received by the users and Sharp has garnered several positive responses.

However, people are exhilarated to known the features of the new smartphone which would be rolled out by Sharp. And by looking at the past history of Sharp when it comes to manufacturing phones it seems that even the new device would sport quite great features.

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