The live images fall in line with those we saw from the Aquos S3's visit to the TENAA. It has glass on the front and back with a metal frame, sandwitched in between.
The phone was also certified by the Taiwanese communications commission (NCC) too.
The back of the Sharp Aquos S3 hosts a dual camera, likely a 12MP+13MP setup, LED flash and a fingerprint scanner.
The front is almost entirely taken up by a 5.99-inch LCD of 1080x2040px resolution. It appears to have a tiny notch at the top too.
The Sharp Aquos S3 will most likely be powered by either a Snapdragon 660 or 630. It's expected to become available in two RAM+storage configurations - 4GB+64GB and 6GB+128.
Sharp will make the Aquos S3 official next week, on January 16 in Taiwan. It will go on sale in Black, Gold and Blue colors.