News tagged: Sharp
Sharp's latest smartphone reminds a lot of Essential's PH-1 and Apple's iPhone, but regardless of that, it is indeed one nice looking smartphone. However, it looks like Sharp wants to enter the battle with other top-tier companies as we are now hearing that another flagship
Sharp's latest premium smartphone has just received a teardown treatment, revealing what is inside and how well it is designed. The phone is relatively easy to fix and probably the biggest problem is opening the phone due to the glued rear panel. Once you get past the back panel,
Just hours after the phone received a certification from TENAA, Sharp has officially announced the new Aquos S2 smartphone. As expected, the phone features a 5.5-inch bezel-less display with impressive 84.95% screen-to-body ratio. The display uses Free Form Display technology
Sharp is not a very popular when it comes to smartphones, but it is well-known for its display panels. To better promote the latest bezel-less display, the company is preparing several new phones, among which is the flagship model called Sharp Aquos S2.
Following various rumours of the upcoming Aquos S2, Sharp has now officially confirmed that the company plans to announce it next week. The press invite shows that the Aquos S2 with bezel-less display will be announced at a global event in Beijing on August 8.
The rumoured Sharp smartphone with bezel-less display has received a release date. According to a press invite, the Sharp Aquos S2 handset will be announced next month, on August 8, and judging by the leaked images, it is a really nice looking phone with some impressive specs
We have already talked about Sharp's upcoming bezel-less smartphone and luckily we didn't have to wait long for first images. The flagship bezel-less smartphone is expected to be announced on July 17, alongside another bezel-less phone. The phones will bear the model
Aside from launching a new phone a few days ago, Sharp is also getting ready to launch two new smartphones that will have nearly bezel-less display. It is said that two phones will have a very similar design as the Mi Mix, but will be much smaller and less powerful.
Sharp is a well-known manufacturer of various displays, but the company is also offering various smartphones. Now, it has released a new model called Sharp X1, which is an ideal device for anyone that needs a long-lasting smartphone since it is equipped with a battery that is
If you didn't know, Foxconn has recently acquired Sharp and now wants to compete with LG. According to new reports, Sharp is getting ready to start manufacturing OLED TV panels and compete with LG's OLED technology. The firm will reportedly spend about ¥57.4 billion or $515
Sharp, now owned by Foxconn, is aiming to retrieve its brand name rights from Hisense in the US. The company has been selling televisions in the US for decades, but it sold its name to Hisense in 2015. With Foxconn now in charge of Sharp, Hisense could lose those rights.
Japanese smartphone manufacturer Sharp has now announced a new flagship smartphone that is powered by the Qualcomm's latest chipset. Dubbed the Sharp Aquos R, the handset is powered by the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset and paired with 4 GB of RAM.
Sharp is mostly known for its display products, but they have also been releasing other products such as phones. Today, the company has announced a successor to the Sharp Z2 from 2016, which is aimed towards Taiwanese market, but might reach other countries as well.
Foxconn may build an LCD display factory in the United States, reports Nikkei Asian Review. The factory would be operated by Sharp, which is now a subsidiary of Foxconn. Nikkei says an executive from the company confirmed a plan for the facility is "on the table."
Ahead of the premiere of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Japan's SoftBank has entered into a deal with the owners of the Star Wars franchise to sell branded smartphones in the country. The phone comes from Sharp and will only be sold in Japan. It's available in Light/Dark variants.
The widespread rumour that Apple will use OLED panels in next-generation iPhones has finally been confirmed. The newly appointed CEO of Japanese display maker Sharp, Tai Jeng-wu, has confirmed that Apple plans to ditch LTPS panels and use OLED displays.
Sharp has just announced that it has expanded its Aquos series of smartphones with a new compact variant. Dubbed the Aquos Xx3 mini, the handset packs a 4.7-inch display with Full HD resolution. It will be available in Japan four months from now, in February 2017.
During the CEATEC 2016 event, Sharp has unveiled a new IGZO display that is designed for VR devices. Users won't have the same experience with e.g. 5-inch 720p display and a 4K display. Sharp is aware of that and has now developed a display with a pixel density of over 1,000.
Apple is reportedly in negotiations with Sharp to manufacture OLED panels for next-generation iPhones. It is still too early to talk about iPhone 8, since the phone is still far from designed, but it is safe to assume that the new iPhones will finally have OLED displays.
Over the last few months, Foxconn and Sharp have been trying to complete the $3.5 billion deal, which is now finally done. Foxconn has now officially acquired the debt-ridden Japanese company Sharp and has appointed Tai Jeng-wu as the company's new president and chief executive.