Sharp has unveiled the Aquos Phone Zeta, an Android smartphone that’s highlighted by a 16-megapixel camera and a 1.5GHz quad-core processor. It’s also the first phone to feature the company’s low-power IGZO display tech.
NTT DoCoMo in Japan has announced that they’ll start shipping the Sharp SH-01D smartphone on December 2. The phone will arrive running on Android 2.3, but is highlighted by a large 4.5-inch Aquos LCD with a 720 x 1280 HD resolution and glasses-free 3D feature in a slim, waterproof shell.
Sharp has just unveiled a new smartphone that should easily serve as their flagship model. Cream of the crop. King of the hill. What makes it so? First off, the Aquos 104SH looks to be pretty fast, thanks to a 1.5GHz dual-core TI OMAP 4460 CPU, a new chip that’s designed to support the Android
Sharp has introduced the Aquos Quattron LC-80LE632U, a huge 80-inch TV that’s being tagged as the ‘largest commercially-available LED TV’, which would be perfect for fitting into ‘the world’s emptiest living room wall.’ The TV sports an LED-lit, 1080p LCD TV panel and Wi-fi connectivity, giving you access to Netflix, CinemaNow and Vudu straight out
The glasses-free 3D smartphone arena so far filled up by the HTC Evo 3D and LG’s Optimus 3D just got a bit more crowded, thanks to this new entry by Sharp. They’ve announced the Aquos SH8298U, a premium Android-based smartphone that – you guessed it – also rocks a glasses-free 3D screen.