Who said that gaming could be enjoyable only on a console or PC? You can also delight yourself with a sophisticated game that packs stunning graphics even on a smartphone. And if you furtherly attach a controller on it, you get yourself a little cute and efficient gaming rig.
The Aquos Zero 2 is the new phone created by the Japanese brand Sharp, and it fits very well in the description from above. The gadget just became available for purchase outside of Japan, and it will surely catch the interest of many people.
8 GB of RAM
The immense amount of RAM that Aquos Zero 2 packs sounds unreal for a phone, but it surely grants a lot of power. Adding also the 256 GB of storage, the Snapdragon 855 SoC processor, and the 6.4-inch FHD+ AMOLED panel with a refresh rate of 240Hz, you get the full picture of a smartphone destined for gaming. The battery isn’t also worth overlooking, as it’s capable of 3,000 mAh.
The cameras of Aquos Zero 2 are also worth mentioning. There’s a 20 MP dual camera on the rear, and it’s also capable of video recording in the 4K format. The phone is also packed with a selfie camera on the front of 8 MP, which is more than enough for video calls and selfie photos. This snapper can also record Full HD videos, which is great for situations like filming yourself as you speak.
There are also other interesting features that the new smartphone made by Sharp is equipped with: fingerprint (under display, optical), proximity, compass, accelerometer, and gyro. As for the operating system, the phone runs on Android 10, the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system.
Who said that only China and South Korea are the only Asian countries capable of creating powerful smartphones? Aquos Zero 2 made by the Japanese company Sharp is available for sale in Taiwan for $730.