Sharp FS8018: With Ultra-Thin Bezel, 20MP Selfie Camera Passed By TENAA


The Japanese company Sharp, which now also includes ownership of the Foxconn Group, is becoming the new model for FS8018 smartphone front side of a broad comprehensive display. Sharp’s premium mid-range smartphone, Sharp FS8018, Today made the necessary appearance on TENAA for the certifications it needs before its official release. Recall that recently, two other smartphones from the company were found on the internet – Sharp FS8010 and FS8016, which feature a bezel-less screen.

The listing from TENAA indicates that the device can get the same cut-out above the display as the Essential PH-1 – a small pad for the front camera. The smartphone, apparently, is made of metal and glass. The Sharp FS8018 has a physical “Home” button and a single main camera.

According to information available on TENAA, the Sharp FS8018 will be equipped with a 5.48-inch display with a resolution of 2040 x 1080 pixels, and at the core of the hardware – an 8-core 64-bit chipset running at 2.2 GHz. The smartphone will be launched in a version of 4 GB / 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB / 128 GB of permanent memory. Other features and functions reflected in TENAA include a 16MP main camera, a 20MP front-end, Android 7.1.1 Nougat as the operating system and a battery for 2930 mAh.

A few months ago, the Sharp FS8008, which looks similar to the Aquos S2, was certified by China’s TENAA regulatory body. The device specifications indicate that it will be similar to the Aquos S2. Before that, the images of another Sharp smartphone leaked, revealing a full view bezel-less design, but we do not know whether it is a concept or not.

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Recently, Sharp’s Chairman and Managing Director Jeng-Wu Tai have confirmed that the company’s first batch of smartphones for the European market will appear at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona. While the company has not revealed which smartphones will be available, the Sharp FS8018 is likely to be one of them.


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