So here we go, the 5.2-inch Sharp Aquos Xx 302Sh — an identical version of the Mini SHL24 in context of both what it puts on a table, and its similarly unlucky naming. Well, you can’t ignore the world’s most compact full-fledged flagship device. The 302Sh brags about a bashing an excellent 80.5% screen-to-body ratio. The genuine dimensions of the phone read 132 x 70 x 9.9 mm, or 5.19 x 2.75 x 0.38 inches and most importantly it comes with IP57 certification, meaning it’s both dust and water-proof.
Without forgetting to mention the fact that the Aquos Xx 302Sh boasts a 16.3-megapixel rear shooter with a super-wide, f/1.9 opening, which Sharp touts lets for additional light to be confined, ensuing in diverse low-light shots. In addition to that, Sharp Aquos also brags that auto-focus period is as low as 0.5 seconds. The camera unit can also take pictures with pan-focus, meaning that pretty much everything beyond about 1 meter will be in focus. The 12-megapixel “selfie” cam at the front will be undoubtedly insane feature. Take a look at the below image explaining the pan focus feature.
But, Sharp’s flagship innards do not let you down in the slightest. With powerful quad-core Snapdragon 800 and 2GB of RAM, this might not be the most powerful device on the field, but it’s certainly right up there. As far as memory is concerned, the phone contains with a 32GB of storage, and an option for extension via an extension card. And, the 5.2-inch glass surprises with a resolution of 1080×1920, and the display of Sharp is made of IGZO with a battery of 2600mAh.
Somehow, we can’t forget to mention that 302Sh becomes a Japanese Softbank’s exclusive, and won’t be available outside the nation. The phone costs $670.