One of the major criticisms that smartphone manufacturers receive is the screen frames. They increase the size of the device significantly, and although each passing year are narrower they are still larger than we would like. Sharp has a solution.
His two new phones from the Sharp Aquos Crystal family have tiny, almost non-existent frames: virtually all of their front is screen, except the bottom where they place camera and microphone. There will be two models that will go on sale in Japan, and will be called Aquos Aquos Crystal and Crystal X.
The first will be a medium range of 5 inches (Snapdragon 400, 1.5 GB of RAM) and the second somewhat larger and powerful, 5.5 inches (Snapdragon 801, 2 GB of RAM). Both have the same 'borderless' design and play with Android 4.4.2 factory.
Unfortunately the bad news is relative to the distribution. Sharp is not a manufacturer that sells in Europe, and that is why the Aquos Crystal have been presented in Japan where they will be sold initially. Rumors are pointing to a launch tomorrow in the United States, under the operator Sprint, but nothing is known about its opening to the Old Continent. Very attractive phones without a frame for many that, hopefully, we can soon see for these lands.