Sharp's new smartphone, Aquos ZETA SH-03G, comes with ultra slow-motion video recording
Sharp’s newest smartphone, the Aquos ZETA SH-03G, boasts one of the highest screen-to-body ratio on the marke, thanks to Sharp EDGEST design platform.
Sharp Aquos ZETA SH-03G is powered by Qualcomm Snapragon 810 processor, paired with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of on-board storage space. The screen is built with Sharp’s own IGZO technology that boasts much lower power usage than regular smartphone displays. The display keeps the refresh rate at low level when still images are being shown, so the power consumption only gets higher when it’s necessary. According to Sharp, the built-in 3000 mAh battery will allow two days of operation.
Another interesting feature of the Aquos ZETA SH-03G is the camera. It sports a 13 MP sensor, optical stabilization and an f/1.9 lens. At 480p resolution, the camera is able to record video footage at 210 fps (interpolated to 2100 fps).
The new smartphone is waterproof and comes with a fingerprint scanner on the back. Along one of the edges, Sharp embedded some LED’s. They can be used for notifications or other purely-visual enhancements (e.g. changing colors depending on currently played music).
Sharp Aquos ZETA SH-03G runs Android 5.0 Lollipop. It will be availabe in Japan initially. There is no information about planned availability on other markets so far.