Sharp’s Newest Phone is A Flip Phone

by John Nieves  January 21, 2015


A new flip phone? It’s not even Thursday yet

We’re starting throwback Thursday a little bit early this week, with Sharp’s newest smartphone, the Aquos K. The Aquos K is a cute little flip phone that harkens back to the early 00’s when it was still pretty cool to flip your phone open before calling someone. Anyway, aside from a quick trip back in time, the Aquos K also sports rather impressive specs: a 3.4-inch LCD display, 1410mAh battery, a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 13-megapixel camera and a water-resistant shell.


Aside from the Aquos K, Sharp also unveiled their rather normal looking Aquos Mini which still retains the almost bezel-less design of their Crystal X and Crystal smartphones in a smaller frame. True to its name, the Mini sports a 4.5-inch full HD display, Snapdragon 801 processor, 13-megapixel rear camera and a 2120mAh batter that’s rated to last around two days per charge because of the IGZO screen technology that’s implemented on the Aquous Mini. Like the K, it’s also water resistant.

As is with most of Sharp’s other smartphones, both devices are Japan only for the meantime, but we’re sure people on this side of the planet would love to get their hands on these two devices.


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    The only way you can get good sim-ready Japan Android Phones are from KyoEx.
    Most sim-ready phones are from Docomo and support both Smart/Globe H+ signals.

    The Aquos K is an AU phone. Hence walang sim card. Hence you won’t find it sa KyoEx.

    Dami kong alam. kek.

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