Sharp launches slimline Zero3 smartphone in Japan

Mobile phones, PDAs

When we’re talking smartphones, Sharp isn’t the first name that springs to mind, probably because most of its efforts don’t make it out of Asia. Shame really, because the Zero3 smartphone is a stylish piece of kit.

The slimline smartphone hits the Japanese market at the end of June and features the “Xcrawl” central scrolling wheel for navigation, 3-ich widescreen display, Wi-Fi, Windows Mobile 6, 1.3 megapixel camera, a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard, 256MB of flash memory and 128MB of SDRAM, plus a microSD slot. Add-ons for GPS, Bluetooth and digital TV will be available after launch.

You can pick one up in a couple of weeks in Japan for the equivalent of £124.

Sharp website

Via Digital World Tokyo

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