After introducing an AQUOS phone last week, it looks like Sharp has another AQUOS Android phone up its sleeve. This time, it’s one that sports a very interesting form factor – it has a slide out numerical keypad. Instead of the QWERTY keyboards we’re so used to seeing, the AQUOS Phone IS11H has a good old fashioned numerical keypad, some function buttons and what appears to be a 4-way directional key.
Looking like a feature phone without being one, the AQUOS Phone IS11H packs a powerful 1.4GHz MSM8655 Snapdragon processor. It also features 1.2GB of internal storage, a 3.7″ (960 x 540) touchscreen that supports glasses-free 3D, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), and an 8megapixel camera capable of shooting 3D pictures and video. It also comes with the usual Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, and a 1Seg TV Tuner.
No word on pricing or release date, but we’ll probably never get to see the device on sale in this part of the world.
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