Looks like AT&T’s just about ready to offer this one. While we understand their lack of desire to make a lot of noise about the device’s launch, the Sharp FX Plus should be a pretty decent addition to AT&T’s affordable lineup. According to Walmart, it will be available for $0 on-contract and just $350 off. For that, it’s not a bad of a phone with its 3.2 inch display, 3 megapixel camera, 512MB of RAM and a Sidekick-inspired keyboard. It’s on backorder now, but we imagine this month won’t expire without seeing its availability. [via Electronista]
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