The Lynx SH-10B from Sharp was recently paraded by NTT DoCoMo at Communicasia 2010, where its small size conceals a slew of high end specifications, chief among them a 5″ high resolution touchscreen display. Too bad it runs on Android 1.6 only, as we would have preferred to see it arrive in Android 2.1 glory at the very least in order to keep up with the times. Hopefully Sharp will introduce a software update to remedy the situation, but it isn’t a deal breaker. The Lynx SH 10B is ARM powered complete with a trackball for easy navigation, doubling up as a phone if needed. Other features include a 5″ 960 × 480 resolution display, an integrated a 5.2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and HSDPA connectivity. It doesn’t look likely that this will head anywhere else outside of Japan since it was meant for NTT DoCoMo only, but hope reigns eternal for a cool device such as this.
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