Kamis, 09 Juni 2011

Sharp Aquos SH-12C 3D Android Phone With New 3D Capabilities

After the 3D Optimus from LG or HTC-made 3D EVO become excited, Sharp reportedly also recently announced the availability of the newest smartphone debut Aquos SH-12C, which pack dual camera on the back with 3D enabled in it. Thus, Sharp has now practically become the third mobile phone maker in the world to produce 3D-enabled smartphone with support for Google’s Android operating system in it.
Unmitigated, with the support of 2.3 operating system Android Gingerbread, coupled with the presence of Qualcomm MSM8255 processor 1.4GHz and 512MB RAM of course that will provide a reliable level of performance on this one device. Besides, this handset also comes with the presence of 4.2-inch touch-sensitive screen that can provide QHD resolution (540 x 960 pixels) with 3D capability without using glasses.
On the back of the phone is also equipped with the existence of dual-capable 8 MP camera which is able to present images and videos in 2D and 3D visuals.
To provide support for adequate storage solution to accommodate personal data users, the phone also comes with 2GB ROM and a microSD memory card slot for storage enhancements.
On the other hand, the phone measures 64 x 127 x 11.9mm (thickness 13.8mm and weighs 138 grams) also has HSDPA connectivity capabilities 14Mpbs equipped with WiFi and Bluetooth, HDMI port, and built-in GPS receiver. The phone is also the possibility dibesut with an infrared port as a popular feature that was released in Japan.
Latest mobile phones made by Sharp is presenting two versions of the color choices, with support TapFlow UI that runs on the Android operating system 2.3 Gingerbread.
Regarding the availability to the Japanese market, Sharp Aquos SH-12C has been officially addressed by the local operator NTT DoCoMo. As for the world market, unfortunately, not known so far.

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