Sep 29th, 2011

Look! It’s Godzirra! Okay, not quite. But it is another amazing Android smartphone from Japan — this time featuring a huge 4.5-inch 1280×720 HD display. Apparently, Sharp is the Android manufacturer to beat with 25% of the market share in Japan. The Sharp AQUOS Phone 102SH is the company’s latest offering of premium Android handsets for the masses. Let’s show them specs!

It doesn’t just stop at the aforementioned 4.5-inch HD screen. This crystal clear AQUOS display also features glasses-free 3D with a Pixel density of 329dpi (I got goosebumps). Also on the menu is a 12MP CMOS camera with HD video recording capabilities, 1GHz TI OMAP4430 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 2.2GB ROM and once again — its waterproof. My favorite part? The infrared connection and digital TV tuner. The Sharp AQUOS Phone 102SH will also take advantage SoftBank’s “Ultra Speed” 21Mbps network in Japan.

No word yet on pricing but the Sharp AQUOS 102SH is expected to debut in Japan in December with mention that it could see a worldwide release sometime in the near future. Call it the “grass is greener” syndrome but I’m really digging the design and color options of these Android handsets coming out of Japan. What do you guys think? Hot or not?

[Via TechCrunch]

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