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New Snapdragon-Powered Sharp Smartphone- LEAKED!

It looks like Sharp is working on another Android smartphone, with the model number SH8188U representing it. No clue on how large the screen is on this slate, and it will be running Android 2.2 Froyo, telling us that we don’t deserve Gingerbread? But what about the holidays?

In either case, it will have WiFi, HDMI output, and HD video recording via the 5MP camera. The device will be fueled by a roaring 1GHz Snapdragon processor.

Sharp’s New Digital Signage 60″ Uses 50% Less Power

Sharp’s new Digital Signage 60″ LCD rocks the company’s latest line of performance products while maximizing power efficiency. The new screens were designed to be used independently or in addition to other, identical PN-V602 devices.

The new screen comes with an improved LED Backlight panel that supplies the aforementioned 50% power consumption reduction compared to the previous model and is 2.1x brighter than other Sharp panels, rocking a luminosity rating of 1500cd/m2.

Sharp Brings Aquos Smartphones To Entire World

We’ve all heard of the Japanese electronics company, Sharp. They have a wide variety of products from home appliances to cell phones and are known to deliver superior products. I am happy to tell you that Sharp has big plans to bring its Aquos Android Smartphone, globally. The electronics giant has already launched three versions of the Aquos series earlier this month (we’ve covered a few), and is planning on bringing these devices worldwide.

New Droid Clam Shell Phone

Sharp has just unveiled it’s new clamshell Android phone, the first from the major manufacturer. It will be available in Japan next month.
The new phone might have similar features of phones dating back form the early 2000’s, but it is clearly a phone with technology form 2011. It is equipped with Android 2.3.

Sharp AQUOS IS11H Has Surprising Twist

Sharp will be rolling out a new AQUOS phone, this time with a interesting twist. The new phone has a slide-out numeric key, talk about old school! I would hate to buy that phone on impulse in a store, slide-out the keyboard and instead of typing an easy text on the expected QWERTY keyboard, experience shock and horror while staring back at those numeric keys. The phone also looks like it has a 4-way directional key, oldddd school!

Meet Sharp’s Aquos 3D Phone

Sharp released a gorgeous looking phone earlier today, and I must say, it looks rather sharp! The new Android phone is called the Aquos Phone SH-12C (pictured top) and has a beautiful 4.2″ QHD (540 x 960 pixel) screen, offering a dual 8MP cameras for 3D photos and videos. The Android version is of course the most recent Gingerbread and the SH-12C comes loaded with HSDPA 14Mbps connectivity for super fast downloads. The phone also has a built-in GPS application, Bluetooth, and runs on a powerful 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 processor.

Forget 3D. Go For A True 5D Experience

Sharp has just created a massive video room that is made up of 156 LCD screen displays at the 5D Miracle Tour in the Hui Ten Bosch Theme Park In Nagasaki. The room is made up of 156 units of the PN-V601 60-inch LCD monitor configured in five surfaces; a front wall, ceiling and floor (36 monitors each) and left and right walls (24 monitors each).

Sharp Designs Small Sized LCD Panels For Smartphones

The LCD screen is undoubtedly one of the largest factors that drains the battery life of technologies. Whether it’s a smartphone or a tablet, we have to be constantly aware of how much battery is left on the device. For example, I always question if it is a good idea to kill time by playing games on my phone for fear of battery drain and missing an important call.

Sharp has recently stated that they will develop the world’s first small and medium sized LCD panels, using a new oxide semiconductor. Sharp will develop these screens at the Kameyama Plant sometime this year.

The Sharp 70-inch HDTV

You could find me comfortably saying that a 55″ TV is large. I think a 55″ TV is a nice size for any home. Watching movies or playing games on a television that size would be pure bliss. Sharp has outdone our impressions with the 55″ standard, by releasing a 70″ HDTV.

Sharp claims that this 70-inch screen has 62% more screen space than a 55-inch television, which I am still comfortable calling it the gold standard of television sizes. The model is called LC-70LE732U and is the largest LCD HDTV…