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Sharp Aquos S2 Leak Suggest 4K Bezel-less Display, In-Display Fingerprint, Will Launch on August 8

by Martin 8

New leaks seen on Chinese social media site Weibo has revealed what looks like a new flagship smartphone from Sharp called the Aquos S2 (105 Limited Edition).

According to the first leak, the Sharp Aquos S2, which we get a good look of through the leak, will feature a 5.5-inch 4K display with practically no bezels, something that is slowly becoming a trend in the smartphone market. The leak also shows that the Aquos S2 will also feature a dual rear camera system as well as an in-display fingerprint sensor which means that the scanner is placed beneath the display.

Another leak has revealed that the Aquos S2 will feature either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 or a Snapdragon 630 processor, either 4GB or 64GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage. The leak also claims that the new device will be priced at 2699 Yuan and 3499 Yuan for the two variants, respectively, and will be launched on August 8, 2017.

RELATED: New Image of SHARP Bezel-less Phone Leaks, Doesn’t Look Like The Essential & Comes With Snapdragon 630

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Earlier today, the company confirmed the launch event of the Aquos S2 in Beijing on August 8. So, we only have to wait a few weeks to get a complete look at the Sharp Aquos S2.

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  • Stiven

    64GB of RAM, I would like to see this happen. 😀

  • androwin

    Why not SD835?

    Oh I forgot. It’s sold in Japan only.

  • Saku

    4K in a 5.5″ screen…

    Unless we’re in 2030’s something and virtual games are the hottest thing, this is simply not worth it.

    • Assefa Hanson

      Couldnt say it better myself

  • Nicolas Marshall

    Sooo… they’re ahead of Apple in term of specs (useless 4k aside, they have a real bezelless screen with touch id), and they’re okay to ruin the whole thing just because of the ugly design. I really don’t get how chinese smartphone companies think sometimes…

    • NextHype

      Except they’re Japanese, not Chinese.
      BTW I wouldn’t say this phone is ugly… what is shocking you about its design ?

      • Nicolas Marshall

        True dat, good catch. And about that design, agreed, it’s definitely not the worst there is, I used some quite big words for that. But it would look more refined if they kept the back flat (and the curve on the edge constant like one the iPhone, it’s alright to blatantly copy/steal if it’s good) instead of trying to make the edge appear thinner than the phone itself and ending up with a back that looks like molded plastic.
        Same around the cameras, that molded plastic look makes the whole thing look lower-end. Too much contrast for the antenna band is a no-no imho too.
        It’s just lots of details like that that make it so that when you look at it for the first time you won’t think it could be one of the top phones, even though the screen and specs are technically pretty top notch

        • NextHype

          Yup I agree that back panel should be flat like their older models and antenna lines should be less visible. Too bad because that front panel looks great.

          BTW it’ll probably sell only in JPN so…