Walmart Offering Sharp FX Plus Free with Contract

Walmart, stealing a bit of AT&T’s thunder, has begun offering the Android 2.2-powered Sharp FX Plus to consumers without any fanfare.    As expected, the handset features a 3.2-inch display, sliding QWERTY keyboard, a 3-megapixel camera, and 2GB MicroSD card.  Walmart lists the phone as being free with two-year contract however each time we tried a new zip code we were advised that it was on backorder.  Customers can also opt to to pick up the Sharp FX Plus for $349.99 if they choose not to go the contract route.


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  1. Boone Simpson
    August 02, 19:36 Reply

    looks like sharp took some of its old sidekick cases and stuck and android phone it them.

  2. Theweakend
    August 03, 00:49 Reply

    Dear sharp, where is my american water proof android powered flip phone with 12 megapixel camera? Love theweakend

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