First smartphone with a display of 240 Hz was presented

Although the basic features of the Sharp Aquos Zero 2 smartphone are already known, the launch is a mystery.
Sharp smartphones from Japan are the first to receive 120 Hz screens in the market. However, few remember it because the manufacturer's devices are practically not sold outside of Japan. Today, the company introduced the world's first display phone with a refresh rate of 240 Hz. It's called Sharp Aquos Zero 2.
The novelty received a OLED panel with a diagonal of 6.4 inches at a resolution of Full HD +. The heart of the smartphone is the Snapdragon 855 chip system, which works with 8 GB of RAM. The storage capacity was 256 GB. There are no other changes.
The main camera received two modules. The resolution of the main screen is 12 megapixels, and the wide angle parameters are not specified. The front camera is based on an 8-megapixel matrix. The battery capacity is 3130 mAh.
Sharp Aquos Zero 2 is a lightweight device. It only weighs 143 grams. The dimensions of the flagship are 158 x 74 x 8.8 mm. The housing is IP68 waterproof. Also noteworthy is the operating system Android 10. The launch date for the sale of Sharp Aquos Zero 2 is not known. The price for novelties is also not indicated.

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