Sharp Aquos B10, C10, and D10 specs leak ahead of EU release
The Japanese giant Sharp is getting ready to enter the European market with a number of smartphones. Back at the IFA 2017, the company president confirms Sharp will bring a number of devices for the European market in February, the company missed the date and later on it was reassured the devices will hit the European region in late June. Today we have a new document leaked online which confirms the company is preparing three smartphones for the European region.
The first smartphone will be Sharp C10 which is actually rebranded Aquos S2. The C10 will be exclusive to the European region only. In terms of design and most hardware, it matches with the last year's Aquos S2 however it has slightly smaller battery cell.
On first look, it seems an Essential phone with a small notch at the top of the display. The Sharp C10 is featuring a 5.5-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2040 pixels. The Qualcomm's Octa-core Snapdragon 630 SoC is powering the device with 4GB RAM and built-in native storage is 64GB. It supports memory expansion via MicroSD. The rear primary sensor is 12MP whereas the secondary module is 8MP. A 2,700mAh battery cell is on board to keep the C10 lights on. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Oreo. From what we heard so far the C10 will be available for 399 Euros.
The second device from Sharp will be B10 which will have thick bezels design with toned down hardware. The B10 reportedly will have a 5.7-inches display. An Octa-core SoC will be under the hood with 3 GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. The B10 will be powered up by a 3,840mAh battery cell. Unfortunately, it will be shipped with Android Nougat straight out of the box. It is expected to be available for 299 Euros.
The third smartphone of this list will is Sharp D10. It is a rebadged Aquos S3 and widely appreciated as the most compact smartphone with the 6-inches display. We can expect more details regarding the Aquos S3 will appear online in coming days, Stay tuned.