After releasing a series of popular handsets with Vodafone a few years back, Sharp hasn’t really made any big waves in the UK with its mobile phones. It’s a shame, especially when you clap eyes on the company’s latest handset in Japan, the Aquos 912SH.
It’s a clamshell mobile with an impressive VGA-resolution three-inch screen, which can be rotated around to watch mobile TV in widescreen mode. The display apparently uses “the same technologies” as Sharp’s Aquos LCD TVs, hence the name.
There’s also an external OLED screen, a built-in three-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and it supports HSDPA for quicker downloads and web browsing. Oh, and it’s packing a Micro SD card slot for expansion purposes. Bring it out here, Sharp!