Comments: 0Monday, February 7th 2011 - 17:00 CET
Sharp has introduced world’s first Android Smartphone (Froyo version 2.2) with a crisp and clear 3.8 inch LCD display that supports 3D graphics. Sharp enters the Android market with the Sharp Galapagos 3D Smartphone that retails under the name Softbank 003SH. The new Sharp 3D Galapagos Smartphone is equipped with a 3.8-inch (480x800 pixel) widescreen touchscreen and supports Multi-touch technology, which allows you to view 3D pictures without special glasses. The Sharp Galapagos 3D Smartphone will be available in the colours black, white and red.
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Comments: 0Sunday, February 6th 2011 - 19:50 CET
Sharp Electronics has been showcasing its Galapagos tablets and cloud-based bookstore service at CES Show in Las Vegas. Utilizing its proprietary XMDF (ever-eXtending Mobile Document Format), Galapagos will present an enhanced e-reading experience to consumers by providing rich content, an intuitive user interface and periodic software updates. The Sharp Galapagos tablets and e-bookstore service will offer consumers wide access to e-books, movies, games, and music. An optional Automated Scheduled Delivery Service will deliver the most updated newspapers and magazines to the user’s “door” wherever a wireless connection is available.
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Comments: 2Saturday, August 14th 2010 - 20:35 CEST
AT&T announced the availability of a new Sharp phone,. This new mobile is the first quick messaging phone from Sharp on the AT&T network and the latest AT&T Mobile TV-capable device. The Sharp FX phone is being brought to market by Personal Communications Devices, LLC. The new Sharp phone has a full touchscreen and slide-out QWERTY keyboard for quick access to messaging, IM, e-mail and social networking. The Sharp FX mobile phone also features an MP3 player, 2.0 megapixel digital camera with camcorder and Bluetooth 2.1.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 12:52 CEST
At the IFA 2007, Sharp showcased a complete range of mobile phones; handsets, slider phones, flip formats, clamshells and TV phones. We can imagine that one of the most interesting new features that a consumers outside the Japanese market can wish - is mobile television. The TV phone is the next big thing; the Sharp SH704i is such a device. This model is showcased at the IFA 2007 event in Berlin, Germany, with dozens of other Sharp mobile solutions. The Sharp SH704i comes with an 2.6-inch wide QVGA (240×400 resolution) screen and a 1.3 Megapixel CMOS camera. The screen features Sharp’s AQUAOS High-Definition technology and reproduces a fine and crisp image.
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Comments: 2Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 12:47 CEST
The Sharp 913SH is a flat-face full-slider design compatible AV mobile phone that can even be used when closed down. The Sharp 913SH is a new design that houses everything on the key panel. When you close the slider, you can quickly enjoy 1 Seg broadcasting (only in Japan) on this compact unit, since the full face LCD design enables operation solely from the on-screen display. The Sharp 913SH phone is available in unique but sophisticated body colors. This Sharp handset is packed with Sensor Keys that operate the handset even when it is closed, so that the great external look of the full-face design remains unchanged. The Sharp 913SH mobile features both premium design and outstanding ease of use.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 12:35 CEST
The Sharp 912SH, showcased at the IFA 2007 event in Berlin, Germany, is an upgrade 911SH model and includes a 3-inch wide screen and stereo speakers on the sides. With the Sharp 912SH mobile phone you can enjoy 1 Seg broadcasting and music with an optional stereo Bluetooth headset. The 3-insch landscape screen is very crisp and provides the feeling of a computer screen while watching 1 Seg and when viewing menus, mail, and the PC Site Browser. The Sharp 912SH phone has a 0.8 inch 93 x 39 pixel external OLED display, 3 Megapixel camera with auto focus and LED flash and a secondary CMOS camera for video conferencing, Bluetooth and Infrared.
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Comments: 0Monday, September 3rd 2007 - 21:47 CEST
The mobile phone is one of those devices that are not globally introduced at the same time. In fact a lot of models are introduced and available in the Land of the rising Sun, but simply are not available outside this Asian market. For us European mobile addicts it is hard to see Sharp showcasing multimedia handsets like the Sharp W52Sh phone. The Sharp W52SH is looking very nice and is full with features you definitely want to have in your next generation mobile. Like Sharp’s TVs the Sharp W52SH features Sharp’s AQUOS technology which you find with the 2.8-inch ASV LCD display. Furthermore the Sharp mobile offers a 0.7-inch external screen, a 2.03 Megapixel camera and a microSD flash memory card slot.
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Comments: 0Monday, September 3rd 2007 - 21:33 CEST
Sharp attended the IFA in Berlin and does it with lots of products, among them a huge series of mobile phones. We ran into the Sharp W51SH clamshell phone, one of the entertainment phones Sharp showcases. One of the nice features is a swiveling 16:9 format LCD screen with which you can watch rich content in wide format. The Wide-QVGA LCD screen measures 3-inches and offers a crisp and bright view, ideal for watching rich content. In fact the Sharp W51SH handset is giving us a glimpse of the future phone we will all use whenever high-speed broadcasting comes available for consumers outs the Asian market.
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Comments: 0Monday, September 3rd 2007 - 20:02 CEST
Another mobile device from Sharp that is showcased at Sharp’s booth during the IFA 2007 show is the Sharp WS011SH, nicknamed “Advanced W-Zero”. Part of Sharp’s booth was full with mobile phones, some of them only available in Japan, others also meant for the rest of the world. One of the “Japanse only” mobile phones is the Sharp WS011SH. The Sharp Advanced W-Zero3 WS011SH features a front dial-keypad for phone call and short messaging. The slider QWERTY keyboard gives access to PC-style messaging operation. The LCD screen of the Sharp WS011SH mobile phone is touch-sensitive and measures 3-inch with Wide-VGA resolution (800x 480 pixels). The Mobile Advanced Super-V LCD enables viewing rich content (Web, Movie, PC-file, etc.).
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Comments: 0Monday, September 3rd 2007 - 20:01 CEST
Sharp also showcased its EM ONE phone that is only available on the Japanese market. Although already available in April 2007 in Japan most European customers have not seen this model. The Sharp S01SH is driven by Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC (Japanese version) and incorporates a Marvell PXA270 processor 520MHz and a NVIDIA GoForce 550 GP accelerator. The Sharp EM ONE S01SH phone supports high-speed Internet experience with 3.6Mbps HSDPA communication service. In Japan this service is offered by EMOBILE. When activated in Input Style mode a large keyboard is available and you will be able to input your data direct into the device.
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