The rest of the specs on the device include a somewhat disappointing dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor (MSM8960?) under the hood. But Sharp rights itself with the inclusion of 2GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage. An 8MP camera is on back while a 2MP shooter on front is just the thing for those self-portraits and video chats. A 2100mAh battery powers the handset and Android 4.1 will be installed out of the box. The unit is just 9.1mm thick. A couple of weeks ago, we showed you a comparison of the screen on the Sharp model vs. a couple of high-end models like the HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Sharp has come up with its own charts comparing the Sharp Aquos SH930W with other models, again using the Samsung Galaxy S III, but this time adding the HTC One X+, the Samsung GALAXY Note II, and the LG Optimus Vu. While the phone isn't expected to come to the U.S., this could be an indication of where the market for Android phones is going in 2013. 5 inch screens with full HD resolution seem to be where the OEMs are heading. And to put the period on the statement, all indications are that the Samsung Galaxy S IV will be in the 5 inch club as well.
source: ePrice via UnwiredView