Sharp launches AQUOS Phone IS14SH in Japan
Sharp just announced the AQUOS Phone IS14SH, packing Gingerbread, a 3.7-inch qHD LCD display, and an 8MP CMOS camera with 720p HD video capture. NFC is also along for the ride, and a slide-out numeric keypad, which is still popular in Japan. It’s powered by a 1030mAh battery, and it’s bringing 512MB of RAM to the table as well. There’s no word on what processor the device will have under the hood, but as it’s a mid-range phone, we suspect that not too many people are losing sleep over it.
The phone isn’t the best on the market right now, but it’s probably good enough for an average user. Just like other Sharp devices, this one is not going to hit the U.S., or any other nation for that matter. So is anyone in Japan planning to grab this device? Sound off in the comments!
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