Rick Fury, 29 Aug 2014Direct Wave Receiver? Any care to elaborate? Direct Wave Receiver is the technology that allows the phone to be bezel-less at the top. You'will be able to hear the voice of the other party just by holding up the phone in the same way you answer a phone. They utilise some sort of vibration tech(i would assume) that transfers the voice through the screen to your ear.
yo where's the front cam? do i have turn it upside down to take selfies?
Anonymous, 25 Aug 2014This phone is somewhat ridiculous! Having the earpiece at the bottom does mean users must have... moreThe earpiece is not at the bottom, that's the proximity sensor. The earpiece is a vibration bone conducting build under the top of the screen.
Anonymous, 25 Aug 2014This phone is somewhat ridiculous! Having the earpiece at the bottom does mean users must have... moreUsing bone conduction tech or something ,,you hear it whilst holding it like normal phone no need to turn it upside down thats daft.
This phone is somewhat ridiculous! Having the earpiece at the bottom does mean users must have to invert the phone to make or receive a call. Users may look like funny or something for doing such... Lab U
to gsmarena team: are you sur this phone is not compatible with gsm networks ?
I have found this: http://www.sharp.co.jp/product...c/index.html
there is no speaker, it use vibrations to do sound, sharp calls this technology "Direct Wave Receiver"
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2014How you gonna call?...upside down? "However, there is a speaker on the front (it actually resides under the screen). You literally hear phone calls through the display You literally hear phone calls through the display (we tried a phone call and the audio came through the display loud and clear)." source = mashable.com
It Supports up to 128GB of expandable storage, Sharp says so in their Long version of their features video.