The Aquos S2 is a mid-range device in Sharp's lineup. The standout feature for it is the edge-to-edge display that Sharp was the first to bring to market with the Aquos Crystal three years ago. Apart from that the phone comes reasonably equipped, complete with a dual rear camera, making it keep up comfortably with all the 2017 trends.
The Aquos S2 is very clearly a mid-range device, down to the Snapdragon 600 series processors and a second rear camera that is only really a depth sensor for the background blur effect and nothing particularly fancy. Even the choice of materials is a mixture of metal on the sides and plastic on the back. This isn't the device you impress your friends with.
The Sharp Aquos S2 features a 5.5″ Full HD+ display which pushes a resolution of 2040×1080. That’s the same resolution as the original Xiaomi Mi MIX with a 17:9 display aspect ratio. Unlike the Mi MIX, the front selfie camera is mounted on a top notch which is similar to Andy Rubin’s essential phone. The bottom chin is as thick as conventional phones as it comes with a front-mounted fingerprint sensor.