Spec wise its Sharp alright. BUT design wise Sharp could do so much better!!!!!!!!!
Striker, 17 Dec 2012$710 for a phone with a free OS, such as Android?! That's a robbery!you do realise they have to spend money on porting the os to the phone in the first place
The True Rythem of Game > Asus G55NV DS71
15.6" Full HD (16:9) Super Clear Matte-Type Screen (1920x1080)
3rd Generation Intel® Mobile Core i7-3610QM Processor
750GB 7200RPM Hard Drive
NVIDIA GeForce GTX660M 2GB GDDR5
RAM 12GB DDR3 1600MHz
Genuine Windows 7® Home Premium 64-Bit
8x DVDRW/CDRW Super Multi Combo Drive
Battery: 8 Cells
not a phone lol.
Anonymous, 17 Dec 2012seriously, 2100mah battery for FullHD resolution?This phone has an IGZO display, not an LCD as the HTC Butterfly. The battery probably can last longer than the battery used in the Butterfly.
in no time, i see my self and my phone in the park. I'm enjoying the nature and my phone renders hevy duty 3D render with GI... hmm..or my 8core CPU still have some time on my desk ;)
Striker, 17 Dec 2012$710 for a phone with a free OS, such as Android?! That's a robbery!Well it's Sharp afterall, you don't expect some cheaply constructed phone here.
AndrewRockie, 17 Dec 2012Adreno 225 for a 1080p display? Seriously? I just hope it can run heavy games properly... A qu... moreIs there even a game that can max out current high-end smartphones? you people are asking for too much.
Adreno 225 for a 1080p display? Seriously? I just hope it can run heavy games properly... A quad core Krait with Adreno 320 would be appropriate for this one (Or at least a new generation Exynos chipset) with a tad bit lower price (since it's Christmas haha)
Behind competitors in specs, price should be lower, but i'm sure it's made of expensive high quality plastic, Sharp is famous for tough products
there very few 1080p apps,it`s expensive and the hardware is the same as in cheap WP8 phones
Chamamen, 17 Dec 2012Looks like Sharp boworred Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy SIII design, hasn't they?!no, they haven't