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Inspired by the Essential Phone rather than Apple's iPhone X, the 6-inch "edgeless" Sharp Aquos R2 packs a Snapdragon 845 processor and two somewhat unusual rear-facing cameras.
Foxconn-owned Sharp plans to take the old continent by storm before long, prepping Aquos S3 and S3 mini clones, as well as an entirely new flagship smartphone packing Snapdragon 845 processing power.
The newly unveiled Sharp Aquos S3 is a whopping 91 percent screen, according to official company statements, starting at only $410 with an iPhone X-inspired design.
After releasing a "full screen" Aquos S2 that looked a lot like the Essential Phone last year, Foxconn subsidiary Sharp is apparently working on an iPhone X-aping Aquos S3.
Unveiled in China earlier today, the Sharp Aquos S2 looks fairly similar to the Essential Phone, nonetheless sporting a fingerprint reader on its front.
Believe it or not, the impending Sharp Aquos S2 will be the company's 29th "full screen" smartphone, taking the screen-to-body ratio to new heights.
If real, the Sharp Aquos S2 looks like a total game changer, with zero bezels and under-glass fingerprint recognition. The S1 is slightly less spectacular.