Sharp IS01, Android 5″ 960×480 capacitive pocketable

Posted by Charbax – March 31, 2010

About 6 months after Sharp's introduction of the Freescale i.MX51 powered PC-Z1 running Ubuntu on the Japanese market, Sharp is now announcing this Qualcomm Snapdragon powered 3G-enabled Android powered device to be released in June to the Japanese market.

Watch also an augmented reality application runing on the Sharp IS01 in this other video interview with a Sharp representative: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHXv8ob7jNQ

Here are the specs:
- Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
- Android 1.6 for now
- 5" touchscreen with a 960×480 resolution featuring Sharp’s “New Mobile ASV” multi-touch capacitive display
- Dual camera with one of 5.27Mpix and one front facing of only 0.43Mpix
- Full QWERTY keyboard with a 11.2mm key pitch
- 1Seg TV tuner (Japanese mobile QVGA 220-320 kbit/s terrestrial TV broadcast standard)
- WiFi
- IRDA
- Aquos Blu-Ray transport allowing you to rip Blu-Ray movies directly
- Bluetooth
- FM Transmitter
- 4GB of internal memory(3GB available for data usage)
- MicroSD slot
- 3G connection using AU CDMA (Japanese CDMA 3G carrier)
- Weight 227g
- Size 83×149x17.9mm

A developer version called JN-DK01 will be available in Japan starting in May.

Source: en.akihabaranews.com

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