The live images fall in line with those we saw from the Aquos S3's visit to the TENAA. It has glass on the front and back with a metal frame, sandwitched in between.
The phone was also certified by the Taiwanese communications commission (NCC) too.
The back of the Sharp Aquos S3 hosts a dual camera, likely a 12MP+13MP setup, LED flash and a fingerprint scanner.
The front is almost entirely taken up by a 5.99-inch LCD of 1080x2040px resolution. It appears to have a tiny notch at the top too.
The Sharp Aquos S3 will most likely be powered by either a Snapdragon 660 or 630. It's expected to become available in two RAM+storage configurations - 4GB+64GB and 6GB+128.
Sharp will make the Aquos S3 official next week, on January 16 in Taiwan. It will go on sale in Black, Gold and Blue colors.
No, before iphone X there was Essential Phone
Apple is first to introduce notch :P How about that !!!
Apple was the not the first one to introduce dual camera, but Apple was the first to introduce 2x zoom and portrait mode on mobile using dual cameras, everyone copied including Samsung.