The HTC Droid DNA and HTC J Butterfly are not the only devices in the market to carry a 5-inch, 1080p display, as Sharp themselves, who supplied HTC with these delightful screens, have come up with their very own Sharp Aquos Phone SH930W which was reviewed by the Russian site Mobile Review.
Apart from the 5” display with unprecedented pixel density for smartphones, it will come with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, 32GB of internal memory, a slower dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S3 processor compared to the Droid DNA, while lacking LTE connectivity as well. I guess this is because the phone needs to be priced to move in Russia, and it will arrive later this month in that part of the world for $694 off-contract, which means it managed to undercut other 720p rivals that more often than not, cost $789 or more. Will we ever see the Sharp Aquos Phone SH930W hit the US? Perhaps, or perhaps not. Time will tell.