Sharp Aquos mini SHL24 boasts 4.5″ IGZO 1080p display and EDGEST design
Sharp has come up with next gen Aquos but this time with a mini moniker seemingly because of its trimmed-down bezel. Dubbed Aquos mini SHL24 is a 4.5″ smartphone using IGZO display technology which once we thought that Apple’s 3rd generation iPad would take advantage of, and EDGEST design, that is basically almost bezel-less design, especially on the three sides making the device more compact despite the fact that it has a 4.5″ display.
Just because it is compact device, doesn’t mean there would be nothing inside the device to surprise you, if you thought so you are wrong. Take a look at the specs. The Sharp Aquos mini SHL24 is coming with pretty robust specs inside, powered by a 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor coupled with 2GB of RAM and has a 13 MP rear camera with f/1.9 aperture that will deliver some clear pictures in low-light. The device comes with 16GB of internal storage and packs a massive 2120 mAh battery.
The device has a record pixel per density at 487ppi and users will be bale to adjust the screen’s colors as you see in the pic. Moreover, Sharp Aquos mini SHL24 is completely waterproof that is a Japanese standard nowadays. The smartphone runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
The Aquos mini SHL24 is expected to be released in February and exact release date not available though. The smartphone will be available via KDDI.