Ever wondered what a threesome between Android, iOS and Windows Phone 7 would look like? Well, something like the new skin Sharp just introduced for its Japanese phones dubbed ‘Feel UX’. Feel looks nothing like stock Android, but it’s not a clone of another operating …
Sharp announced a new Android-based tablet this week however it’s not anything you’ll likely be jumping up and down over. Joining the 7-inch RW-T10 comes the bigger, 10-inch RW-T110 with Android 2.3 under the hood. Yeah, that’s 2010′s Gingerbread for those of you keeping track …
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 …
The Japanese carrier has at least 24 new devices expected through early 2012, including a number of Android products.
Remember that sliding QWERTY from Sharp that surfaced nearly two months ago? At the time, we incorrectly surmised that it could be a possible Android-powered Sidekick handset for T-Mobile. Shortly after we published the post we learned that the Sharp device was found to have …
An interesting announcement from Sharp today, as they have launched the worlds first Android powered clamshell flip phone. Introducing the Sharp Aquos Hybrid 007sh, an Android 2.3 device with a 3.4 inch flippable touch screen. It has some impressive specs under the hood, including a 16 megapixel camera!
Again we find ourselves a bit jealous of our Android brothers and sisters who live in Japan.
Japanese wireless provider KDDI is using Lady Gaga to promote one of their latest Android-based handsets, the Sharp IS03.
I am still laughing at 3D. 3D home theatre TV’s are just kind of hilarious to me, and every time it gets looked at seriously I have to walk away. I would never EVER sit in front of my tv with those glasses on to watch TV. …
Sharp has officially joined the Android tablet party. The company unveiled a pair of Android-based ‘Galapagos’ devices today at a Tokyo event. One model features a 10.8-inch LCD display (1366×800) while the smaller version offers a 5.5-inch LCD at 1024×600 resolution. Both come with WiFi …
Tokyo-based KDDI Corp. plans to offer an Android-based handset from Sharp in June in an effort to compete with the likes of NTT DoCoMo and Softbank Corp. The smart phone will offer a 5-inch touch display, a physical QWERTY keyboard, and TV tuner. This unit …
According to a company executive, Sharp Corp. plans to offer Android-based handsets in Japan as early as the first half of 2010. Masami Ohbatake made the announcement during a report on Wednesday although he didn’t specifically outline which carrier(s) will offer the handsets. The report …
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