Sharp and Fareastone have launched a version of Vodafone’s 903SH [.jpg] 3G phone in Taiwan. Designed to run on GSM/GPRS and W-CDMA 3G networks, the WX-T91 [.jpg] features the same 3.2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, USB and infrared features, as well as a MiniSD card slot (supporting up to 1GB), an MP3/AAC music player and a bar-code scanner. It also supports Video/TV-Out enabling users to view their pictures and play games on their TV screens. The unit comes in three colors: black, red and white at an estimated retail price of almost $800 — approx. triple the street price in Japan.
The WX-T91 will also takes advantage of Fareastone’s Video on Demand and Video Push services via 3G. Its 2.4-inch, 262K QVGA (320×240) screen can be viewed from almost any angle using Sharp’s AQUOS Advanced Super View technology. All things considered that a pretty quick turn-around from the model launch in Japan and roll-out to other markets.. Merry Christmas Taiwan! Via: Sogi