We’ve certainly seen a heap of 1080p smartphones getting teased, leaked or unveiled in recent history, but as far as devices you can actually buy the HTC J Butterfly (aka Droid DNA) is still the single officially released device.
Sharp has announced a new 1080p equipped Android powered smartphone in Hong Kong. The device features a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 5-inch Full HD display, 32GB internal memory and Jelly Bean.
How about this for a mind-boggling statement – one of the world’s first ever 1080p smartphones doesn’t impress, being more of a mid-ranger in most aspects than a top tier device?
Unlike many of its Android gems that have been kept within the country, it looks like Sharp will be bringing one of its Aquos phones to an international audience. The Aquos SH930W is a better variant (display-wise) of the Japan-only Xx 203SH and the SH-02E, as it packs a a 5-inch Full HD display with 440ppi pixel density.