Sharp has just released two new models in Japan, including the latest AQUOS model, the AQUOS R7, which NTT DoCoMo and SoftBank will distribute after July 2022.
AQUOS R7 features a 6.6-inch (WUXGA +) Pro IGZO OLED display (organic EL) that supports variable refresh rates from 1 to 240Hz, peak brightness of 2000 Nits, 1 billion colors, and Dolby Vision compatibility. The display and back are made of Corning Gorilla Glass Victus Glass.
In addition, the phone supports “intelligent color matching”, “outdoor vision”, “AI super resolution”, “virtual HDR”, and the function of image interpolation, using 3D ultrasonic fingerprint identification sensor under the screen.
It features Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, 12GB ram, 256GB storage, 3.5mm headphone jack, 1TB microSD card expansion and FeliCa.
It is compatible with 5G SA (Stand Alone) networks and has the highest communication performance in AQUOS history, with a maximum downlink speed of 4.9 Gbps and a maximum uplink speed of 1.1 Gbps.
In terms of image, it is equipped with the newly developed 1-inch 47MP sensor and the Summicron lens (ranging) manufactured by Leica. The nanoscale low-reflection treatment is said to reduce reflection by 60% compared to the AQUOS R6, with an F value of 1.9 and an equivalent focal length of 19mm.
The Summicron lens maintains a focal length of 35mm, covering all shots from ultra wide Angle to telephoto, and features a front-facing 12.6 megapixel lens with a 2.3 F value and a focal length of 27m.
Thanks to the new sensor, its pixel size (pixel gap) is 3.2 megapixels, which is 1.8 times more concentrated than the AQUOS R6, and the number of pixels has increased from 20.20 megapixels to 47.2 megapixels, providing better imaging performance in high resolution mode.
It also supports “Octa PD AF” with double the focus speed compared to the AQUOS R6. In addition, the phone supports automatic AI detection of people, faces and eyes, which is claimed to be 1.5 times faster than the AQUOS R6.
It also uses QBC (four pixels in one) technology to switch between zoom modes to maintain hd status, and “super resolution zoom” is still available and can be used in combination with QBC to take more vivid photos.
The user interface of the camera App has also been changed, with HDR shooting taking place in the background, making it easier to take simultaneous shots and other operations. In addition. In HDR shooting, there is less noise than in the past due to the composition in RAW state.
The jet is available in black and silver, but the DoCoMo AQUOS R7 SH-52C silver version is only available on DoCoMo’s online store, and 1% of the proceeds will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross.
Other aspects, the phone built-in 5000mAh battery, fast charging unknown, but supports wireless charging (Qi), supports IPX5 and IPX8 waterproof, IP6X dustproof and osaifu-Keitai, built-in speaker larger, pre-installed Android 12 system, supports NFC and Bluetooth 5.2, Other information will announce when listed.