OnePlus was one of the first manufacturers to launch a screen with a 90Hz screen. Razer introduced the technology to smartphones, but OnePlus eventually made it a bit more popular.
Well, Sharp has just officially launched the Sharp Aquos Zero2 to the market with an impressive 6.4 "inch 240Hz refresh rate display.
Advantages of High Refresh Rate on a Smartphone
- System transitions look smoother
- Games are more fluid to play
- Supporting apps seem faster
Disadvantages of a High Refresh Rate on a Smartphone
- Potentially more expensive smartphone
- Not all Apps use this refresh rate.
- Consume more battery
Sharp Aquos Zero2 Specifications
This smartphone not only has a formidable screen. It also has state-of-the-art specifications that deserve to be taken into consideration as soon as it comes out.
You have to be aware that you will go out first in Japan and only later to the rest of the world. In Europe the simplest way to buy it will be through websites from China.
- 6.4 "inch OLED display
- 240Hz Refresh Rate
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Processor
- 8GB RAM
- 256GB internal memory
- UFS 3.0 Memory
- Dual rear camera
- 3,130 mAh battery
OnePlus 7 Pro is still a smartphone to consider
If you want a smartphone with a high refresh rate it is still worth looking at the OnePlus 7 Pro. Or even the new "T" models. Both OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro feature the technology.
Too bad OnePlus continues to insist on bringing two tops a year (now it's 4). Something that eventually devalues the price of equipment in a short time. Surely that is why I tell you that your investment in OnePlus 7 Pro may be better than in the "T" because you will get it at balance price.
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