With 3D technology becoming increasingly popular, Sharp has confirmed that it’ll be offering a smartphone that sports an autostereoscopic display and 3D camera before 2011. Details on this mystery device weren’t mentioned, but considering that the company has plenty of experience with offering displays for the Nintendo 3DS, and other 3D HD cameras, the company should be more than capable of churning out a juicy device. The good news is that a Sharp spokesperson has confirmed that this 3D smartphone will be going international, and we hope that means it’ll be arriving stateside.
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