The Japanese have always had a thing for flipphones and clamshells and despite over the years, the rest of the world have moved on with full touchscreens, the Japs remain fond of the retro design. Its therefore not entirely unexpected that Sharp and Softbank of Japan have together rolled out the new AQUOS Android phone “The Hybrid 007SH”.
Here is LogicBuy daily gadget deal for a Sharp’s new AQUOS 55-inch LC-55LE620UT HDTV. Full HD equipped with LED Backlight Technology, Sharp is offering a new level of image quality with a stunning 1000000:1 contrast ratio. The LC-55LE620UT utilizes a high-performance LCD panel providing ultra-dark high Dynamic Contrast Ratio and fast response time.
Due to be released around mid-November, Sharp’s new LX Series LED AQUOS HD line-up includes 60”, 52”, 46” and 40” models. Full HD equipped with LED Backlight Technology, Sharp is offering a new level of image quality with a stunning 2000000:1 contrast ratio while providing an up to 30% decrease in power consumption.
For those who are particular keen on superior audio experiences, Sharp included a Du Bass ARSS 6 speaker system with a nice 2.1Ch, however this will be available only in 60″, 52″ and 46” models.
Softbank Mobile (Sharp) has announced their latest AQUOS SHOT 933SH. Featuring a powerful 10 megapixel resolution camera that supports up to ISO 12800 sensitivity, this means the 933SH will be capable of outstanding image quality even when shooting in low-light. Low-light or limited light shooting is a major problem for many camera phones, the Sharp AQUOS SHOT 933SH is probably the first to address this!
There is also a touch interface that lets you choose the point of focus that can then be tracked as it moves. Other specs include a 3.3-inch display, 16GB of internal storage, bluetooth, GPS, FeLica and built-in dictionary. The 933SH will come in Black, White, Gold, Pink, and Blue. Gallery of the Sharp AQUOS SHOT 933SH mobile phone following the jump..
It looks like the HTC Touch HD’s title for being the only HD mobile handset in the market won’t last very long. Another Softbank related news for you folks, Softbank and Sharp have teamed up to release the FULLTOUCH 931SH. It’ll have a large, 3.8-inch touch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 480. The phone comes with a 5.2 megapixel camera, along with GPS, HSDPA, accelerometer, bluetooth, a fascinating magnetic compass and because it’s going to be used in Japan, on-board support for wireless payment systems -very neat!
No word on pricing and availability at the moment, most certainly though, the 931SH won’t be coming to anyone else that doesn’t live in Japan. But we’ll hopefully have more info and photos for you on this latest handset soon.