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Popular electronics giant Sharp have partnered with Google to release a smartphone named Sharp X1. The smartphone is the next in line on the list of devices to have the Android One platform. The device packs a lot of impressive features such as its RAM size that’s as large as 3GB and also its rear camera that has a 16-megapixel sensor.

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The Sharp X1 has a 5.3-inch display size. The dispaly size isn’t the largest of display sizes but it’s way above the average screen size of smartphones that have their names written on the platter of gold in the market.The display type is an IGZO LCD display. The screen resolution is the impressive 1080 x 1920 pixels.


At the rear, the device packs a 16-megapixel sensor as well as a LED flash to brighten images. The front-facing camera has half the 8-megapixel sensor that’s lit for selfies. The front-facing camera is void of LED flash. Other features of the camera include: phase autofocus detection and making full HD videos at 1080p.

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The battery department of the smartphone is quite impressive. The Sharp X1 uses a non-removable Li-Ion battery of 3,900mAh. The battery capacity is pretty good enough to be utilized for both basic and challenging tasks on the smartphone.


The operating system the device uses is the latest OS indigenous to Android, and that’s the Android 7.1.1 Nougat. The chipset used by the device is the Octa-core Snapdragon 435 processor. Its processor speed is optimized at 1.4GHz to ensure minimal lag. For the graphics, the Adreno 505 GPU was integrated into the buildup of the smartphone.

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Sharp X1 is very attractive with an awesome 3GB RAM space. The smartphone is sure to switch and run apps smoothly. At the storage space region, the device has 32GB. This provides enough room for storage of music, documents, videos. However, the device’s space could be expanded to a whooping 256GB with the use of a microSD card.