Jack Frost, 11 Nov 2019A great choice. I'll choose an ex-flagship SoC over a new midrange SoC anyday. Sure if battery life isn't a priority
Wow, a good price for a SD835 phone! The only cons are the small battery and the low RAM and storage, but overall this is a great deal and I wish it becomes available in more countries.
A great choice. I'll choose an ex-flagship SoC over a new midrange SoC anyday.
I wish more companies do this. I mean plenty of companies using old 4xx and 6xx chips, but why nobody is using older 8xx chips?
Wish more companies did this.much better than using 600 series
Lmao sharp its almost 2020 not 2016
Looks so good and classy... Sharp messing up not releasing these beautiful J-phones tithe west. No ugly notch, no weird flashy/ricey back, no weird mechanisms for a damn selfie camera.
Garbage release for the end of 2019
Kangal, 11 Nov 2019The QSD 835 chipset is from 2017. It's a much better choice of SoC than a Midrange (QSD 636) ... moreyou are absolutely right i would get the 835 over the 730 or the g90 or kirin 810. The 835 is a better chipset than all 3. I wish more manufacturers would go that way just that Sharp should have gone with a bigger screen more than a 6.5 inch
This is a better deal than any phone with 'midranger' chips these days. Smart but dunno if people will be receptive cuz lots probs think newer=better.
The QSD 835 chipset is from 2017.
It's a much better choice of SoC than a Midrange (QSD 636) or Upper-Midrange (QSD 730) chipset. So perhaps this is a freebie upgrade. Just look at the F(x)tech Pro 1, the first proper smartphone with landscape-qwerty since I believe 2012 (Motorola Photon ?). And it runs both Android and Linux (SailOS). The creators were forced to choose between a midrange processor, or an ex-flagship, for the same price because of low-quantity order. They also chose the QSD 835 thankfully.