Here’s another Sharp Android smartphone that may be released in North America sometime soon – just like that QWERTY handset that we told you about a few weeks ago.
This time, we’re dealing with a keyboardless device that’s called Sharp SH8188U. According to the Bluetooth SIG, this smartphone should be introduced not only in North America, but also in Asia and Europe.
The handset currently runs Android 2.2 and features a WVGA display, Wi-Fi, 3G, HDMI, 5MP camera, and HD video recording.
While there are several Chinese websites that seem to confirm the SH8188U’s launch in China (like this one), we can’t be sure about its availability in Europe and North America yet. But the folks over at the Bluetooth SIG probably know something we don’t. More on this as we get it!
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