Sunday, 21 February 2010

Sharp to Debut Android Phone in Japan Report Says Sharp Will Debut Google-based Smartphone in Q2 2010

Sharp is not about to lose the precious market share they have built
after so many years in Japan, hence why the company is working to
introduce a new handset that is going to run on Google's Android mobile
OS, and it's going to be released as early as the first half of next year.
Although Android handsets are not as popular in Japan as they are in the
United States or Europe, it looks like Sharp — who actually has
the largest mobile-phone market share in Japan, has proved their high
interest in offering a Google-based phone. The official announcement was
made yesterday in a late evening report by Masami Ohbatake, a company's
executive who failed to disclose which carriers will get the device first.
Expected to be the first in line , we obviously have our bets on NTT
DoCoMo to make the new Sharp Android mobile phone a hit, but for now the
two companies have failed to announce anything regarding prices or specs.
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