Back to Blog • Posted on September 1, 2014 by admin
Sprint has announced the end-of-August release of the much-anticipated Sharp Aquos Crystal phone, hailed as the closest thing to a non-bezel mobile device the world has ever seen. Considering the public’s hunger for a super-thin, attractive model that features premium display and high-quality audio, pre-order sales should be off the charts. However, before rushing to buy, it’s best to take a moment and find out what this model truly has to offer.
The quad-core Snapdragon 400 SoC runs at 1.2GH and 1.5GB of RAM, pretty standard for the latest generation of phones. There is a total of 8GB of storage space, with the unit running on Android 4.4.2.
Worth The Price?
Actually, the price will vary considerably depending on the package deal ordered by the consumer. The type of contract will also affect the final cost. For the most part, this model appears to fit comfortably into the mid-range segment. Those looking for all the features of an iPhone will not find what they are looking for in the Sharp Aquos Crystal.
Having said that, the model should still sell well because of its attractiveness and overall functionality. There should be no problem with the display, and the user will be able to conform the display resolution and shape – at least to some degree – to resemble a desktop monitor. More accurate customer reviews will come in September after the public has had a chance to try out this latest offering from Sharp.