With a massive 1-inch 47.2MP sensor and 240Hz AMOLED display, Sharp’s Aquos R7 debuts.

Sharp has the Aquos R7, which boasts a sizable 1-inch back 47.2-megapixel camera sensor and an improved 240Hz AMOLED display but is rarely offered outside of a few specific areas.

The Sharp Aquos R7, a follow-up to the limited-edition Aquos R6 from the previous year, contains a few noticeable improvements and adjustments. The 1-inch back camera sensor is unquestionably the main draw. With a maximum resolution of 47.2 megapixels on the CMOS sensor and some additional tuning from the Leica brand alliance, it represents a significant improvement in overall fidelity.

Similar to last year, Leica produced the actual camera lens, which has a quick f/1.9 aperture and an equivalent focal length of 19mm. Unfortunately, there isn’t room for OIS in this setup, which may be related to the bigger sensor size. When employing the digital crop feature, the Sharp Aquos R7 does provide real-time face, body, and eye detection as well as 4x lossless zoom. 12-megapixel photos are created using 4-to-1 pixel binning, and 8K video recording is also possible here.

The Sharp Aquos R7 has a flat 6.6-inch IGZO OLED display display with 1,260 x 2,730 pixels and a supersmooth 240Hz refresh rate, among other outstanding features. Depending on the screen context, the refresh rate can dip as low as 1Hz. Additionally, there is space for a punch-hole notch in the top center, which houses a 12.6-megapixel selfie camera and has an in-display fingerprint scanner for biometric security.

sharp aquos r7 in silver
sharp aquos r7 in black

Along with 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor is also used, and the battery is capped at 5,000mAh. Sharp hasn’t provided any information on the Aquos R7’s current charging speeds, though. It will come pre-installed with Android 12 and with Sharp’s UI tweaking.

As you might anticipate, the Sharp Aquos R7 will only be available in the company’s native market of Japan later this July; there are no plans to make it available elsewhere. It is available for pre-order at Softbank and Docomo in Japan, but the price has not yet been disclosed. It will come in straightforward black and silver color options.

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