Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Sharp exposed new smartphone with up to 440ppi and 1080P IGZO screen display

Nowadays, the brightest spot, also the most competitive point, of smartphone is the hardware configuration, among which the screen display is commonly a big concern for various smartphone manufacturers. Sharp is one of the screen display manufacturers to release 5-inch full HD screen display for smartphones. Though the 5-inch display screen is premiered on HTC Droid DNA, it doesn’t mean Sharp would give up this advantage on their upcoming smartphones.
Sharp Aquos Phone SH930W
Sharp recently exposed its first IGZO screen smartphone with codename Aquos Phone SH930W. As claimed, the IGZO screen on Sharp SH930W would provide better image quality and longer battery duration. The screen pixel density of the new IGZO screen would reach up to 440ppi, far higher than iPhone 5 Retina display.

As explained by Sharp, IGZO is the abbreviation of the initial words of Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide. Compared with the traditional LCD screen, the new technology supports up to 40X electronic mobility, less occupation required for pixel and less backlight. It improves screen brightness, and at the same time reduces power consumption. For people who prefer to watch 1080P movies with smartphones, this phone would produce amazing effect.
phone performance test
Sharp didn’t expose the detailed specs of this new smartphone. But according to the leaked testing news from GLBenchmark, the Aquos Phone SH930W might disappoint people in its other specs, including: Qual-comm 8260A dual-core processor, 1.5GHz RAM and Adreno 225 GPU, which would be a strain to the 1080P screen. Besides, Aquos Phone SH930W will be coming with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, microSD card slot for maximum 32GB memory expansion, built-in 2G/3D modules, but no support for 4G LTE network. Sharp also claimed that Aquos Phone SH930W will be available in Russia on November 8th, with price unknown. 

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