Sharp Launching Aquos 3D Android Handset in Japan
3D Android phones haven’t really taken off just yet. Even with HTC’s big marketing behind the Evo 3D, and the LG Optimus 3D, we haven’t seen much adoption right out of the gate. It appears that Sharp is staying in the game, though, as they’ve just announced a 3D Android handset that’s headed for Japan’s SoftBank. They’re calling it the Aquos SH8298U, and it actually looks somewhat impressive. The Aquos will be packing:
- A 1.4GHz Snapdragon processor (unclear if it’s dual core or not)
- Adreno 205 GPU
- Android 2.3
- 2GB of internal storage
- 4.2-inch qHD glasses-free 3 display
- 512MB of RAM
- dual 8MP rear cameras, for taking those awesome 3D photos
- 1240 mAh battery
So who’s hoping this device hits America sometime soon? Not a fan of 3D? Leave a comment below!
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