Along with the new Sharp Aquos Mini, the company introduced, again in Japanese territory, the first smartphone what with the presence of the Android One operating system out of the box, and is called Sharp Aquos 507SH. All the information on its specifications and the selling price been public already.
Sharp released in the Japanese market a new device of Aquos series including Android One operating system, the "pure" version of the operating system of Google, the one you can find from now on Sharp Aquos 507SH. It is a medium size device, which measures 142 x 71 x 8.8 mm, weighing 135 grams with a design solution that provides a coating 2.5D curved glass Gorilla Glass 4 on the back and front of it. The Sharp Aquos 507SH is a mobile device with IP58 certification for resistance against dust and water, so you can dive under water for more than 30 minutes to 1.5 meters without extinguishing or suffer any consequence in operation.
As for the technical details, the first Andorid One device of Aquos comes with an LCD display made with IGZO technology and the size of 5 inches with a resolution of 720p HD, while the engine of the Aquos 507SH comes from a chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 617, backed by 2 GB of RAM, and with respect to internal storage, we have 16 GB of expandable memory through the use of a microSD card slot. In the photographic section, at the back we will find a 13 megapixel camera capable of recording video in Full HD 1080p resolution, and the front has a 5 megapixel camera for selfies.
Finally, and to conclude with the technical specifications of Sharp Aquos 507SH, say it has a battery of 3010 mAh which allows fast charging the device via the Quick Charge technology, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow version of the operating system on stock version. For now we know that this smartphone will appear in the Japanese market, but we know nothing about export, nor what official price will be released by Sharp.
Sharp Aquos 507SH, the first smartphone with Android One