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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.
Just like last year's Aquos S2, the newly launched (in China) Sharp Aquos S3 mini adopts an Essential Phone-inspired screen cutout instead of an iPhone X-style notch.
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.
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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.