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Of course.. Sharp has geeks drooling for their latest design, available via DoCoMo soon, that will serve as a new benchmark: http://bit.ly/j1whZi
While most everyone will wow the specs.. we noted, via Tech-on below, the magic “Tethering” term. Most interested to see how they bundle that offering! [Eds]
NTT Docomo Inc announced [JPN] a smartphone that comes with two cameras and can shoot 3D movies May 11, 2011. The SH-12C was developed by Sharp and will be released May 20, 2011, in Japan.
The SH-12C has two 800-Mpixel CMOS cameras on the back of its chassis and can shoot 3D still images and 3D movies with a resolution of 720p (high definition). The predecessors of the SH-12C can take only 3D still images. The SH-12C is also equipped with a 4.2-inch 3D LCD display that can be viewed with the naked eye and is based on the parallax barrier method. The pixel count of its 2D images is 540 x 960.
The dimensions of the new smartphone are approximately 64 x 127 x 11.9mm, and its weight is about 138g. It is based on Google Inc’s Android version 2.3. The SH-12C can be used as a wireless LAN router (tethering function). In addition, it features functions of mobile wallet, 1seg digital TV broadcast and infrared communication for users in Japan.
Some sage advise when entering new turf; Stop, Look and Listen.. it’s also good to secure a local guide. Japan is the cradle of mobile civilization – we have been dedicated to this space since 2001 – trust our archives here offer some useful material.
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