I'm just wondering where to find the earpiece? Is it that little stuff beside the aquos logo?
It uses ear-bone transmission technique no ear piece on this phone
Xperia Lord, 20 Aug 2014OMG, first you bash sony for having too much bazels, you you guys start bashing sharp for near... morepeople just don't understand the design of 2018 in 2014, simple. sony's basels are hilarious, thats right. almost the same, the HTC ones. only iPhone is better. design from 2005 almost ten years later :D
OMG, first you bash sony for having too much bazels, you you guys start bashing sharp for nearly bazelless phone, what the f#$% is wrong with you people?
XATJX, 19 Aug 2014just wondering where is earpiece located ? :|Anywhere you put your ear on the screen
Price is good for the spec but don't expect software update or actually making calls on Sprint.
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2014how can you make a phone calls? where is the earpiece of the phone ??The screen works as a speaker I think, I saw a video on IGN about this phone, look it up, it'll show you how everything works and what types of features its got
Very unconventional design.
I hope next smartphone, Sharp can release something like below:
1) 6" display. The whole phone is covered by the display.
2) 16GB Internal memory
3) 3GB RAM
Wow . It looks astonishing , striking Sharp :P . Nice edge to edge display - i like it , and very compact phones ! Respect Sharp with new Aquos line up ! Bring-it to us in Romania or Europe , and we will buy it ! We`re throught with Samsung , and we want desirable and compact Android phones
C'mon people , it is the worst designed phone ever , the below bezel is very huge , people crazy about so thin bezels should visit the doctor to check their mentality
how can you make a phone calls? where is the earpiece of the phone ??
Ok, will they sell cases for that phone? How could you protect that screen?
wow, 19 Aug 2014probably on the top side where the power button is.No...
check the pics from the last AQUOS post
Too much bezel on the bottom. Shave it off and utilize only what's needed for the front camera. Then you'd have an 125x67 phone which is practically one handed. Via the use of oled and some smart placing you would get it to get bellow 1cm in thickness. The first (and probably the last) usable 5inch phone.
And don't get me started on phones that need two hands to operate. Ever since I got one I do things half as fast as I used to... But I've got used to the big screen, so I long to get back to a usable phone, *with* a big screen this time around. Sharp has their heart set right.