Back in February, Sharp announced the Aquos R5G, in its home market of Japan. This was the first time 5G is the device manufacturer’s line-up and brought down the flagship’s specifications in addition to have a polarizing design, with a dual locking screen. Now, the Aquos R5G has made its way to Taiwan, where it will retail for NT-34,990 ($1,187). The phone will be available in the colors red, black and white, with sales scheduled to begin on the 6th of July
The Aquos R5G is built around a 6.5-inch 120Hz IPS panel with a QHD resolution. It has a waterdrop notch at the top of the 16MP selfie cam, and a cut-out at the chin for a capacitive fingerprint scanner. The screen has a 19.8:9 aspect ratio and protected by Gorilla Glass 6 in.
In the back, we will have a 12MP primary shooter with OIS, and a 48MP ultrawide-module, and a 12MP remote cam, which also has OIS. The fourth slot is for the Cool tool. The phone is also capable of recording 8K video cameras, ultra-wide-angle-module.
Under the hood of the Aquos R5G packs the Snapdragon 865 is coupled with 12 GB of LPDDR5 of RAM, and a 256GB UFS 3.0 support. The software’s front panel is covered with a Android to 10, while the capacity of the battery is 3,730 mAh battery. The phone is IP68-compliant and weighs in at 189 grams.
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