New Sharp Device Pops Up, Fails to Impress
Sharp has been trying to get a decent Android device out there for quite some time, and unfortunately, they missed the mark on this one as well. The device above is a leaked Sharp Android phone that’s likely headed to North America, as well as Europe and Asia. It’s being referenced as the SH8188U, and it’ll be packing Froyo, a WVGA display of unknown size, 3G connectivity, WiFi, an HDMI port, 5MP camera with HD video recording, and possibly a front-facing camera.
No word on the processor, but I for one am already disappointed that the device is running Froyo instead of Gingerbread. We’ll try to do some digging on this device. So, is anyone else not impressed with Sharp’s Android offerings? Sound off in the comments below, or on our Facebook Wall!
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