There are some who might criticize OEMs for creating phones with huge displays, but let’s face it, watching a video or playing a game on a 5.5-inch display is indeed more enjoyable compared to a 4-inch. However we suppose we understand where the critics are coming from: big displays usually results in a phone that’s too unwieldy.
Turns out that Sharp has the answer for us in the form of the Aquos Mini SH-M03, which as you can see in the photo above, sports a very thin bezel around its display, to the point where it could almost be thought of as bezel-less. However given its “mini” status, it also means that it is smaller than its big brother.
The phone will come with a 4.7-inch display and will also have a resolution of 1080p. Under the hood, it will be powered by a Snapdragon 808 chipset with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, which thankfully is expandable. There will be a 13MP rear-facing camera accompanying it with an aperture of f/1.9.
As for its front camera, Sharp has relocated it to the bottom part of the phone where it sports a 5MP sensor. Unfortunately for those of us in the US who wants this handset, it seems that for now the handset will be exclusive to Japan.
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