Since the bezel-less phone era began, notches have become pretty popular among smartphone manufacturers.
The notch design gained popularity after iPhone X was unveiled but Sharp had been in the business long before the trend started.
Since the trend is pretty common now and every other phone had a notch display, Sharp decided to do something out of the box with a dual notch design in its recently released Sharp Aquos R3.
The phone has flagship specifications,=: a 120 Hz display like the Razer gaming phone, and is the first phone sporting such a design. However, we are unsure how the critics will respond to this peculiar design.
Sharp Aquos R3 has a sleek look with a glossy back finish. It looks very much like the Aquos R2 compact but with dual notches.
There’s a big waterdrop notch on the top and a wider notch at the bottom.
The top-notch houses the selfie camera and the bottom notch sports a fingerprint scanner and has given Sharp the space to install a front-facing stereo speaker.