Sharp is more than ready to rock and roll with their latest mobile internet device (MID) known as the SH-10B, which is pretty special since it has jumped aboard the Android bandwagon by featuring Google’s operating system. Folks in Japan will benefit from a crisp, high-resolution 5″ display alongside 5.3-megapixel and 4.3-megapixel cameras, where the latter can be seen when this clamshell MID is opened. Not only that, you won’t fall short of wireless radio options thanks to built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and HSDPA/HSUPA connectivity, not to mention additional features including GPS/A-GPS and a digital TV tuner. Good thing its internal 3.4GB memory can be augmented by popping in an SD memory card. There is no word on pricing, but expect it to hit the Japanese market this July 23rd. Could this be a precursor to Android-powered MIDs in the US?
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