Sharp AQUOS 102SH Android phone introduced

Sharp AQUOS 102SH

Sharp sure is on a roll with new Android devices lately. The company has just introduced a new handset to its AQUOS PHONE lineup. Called the AQUOS PHONE 102SH, this sleek looking phone was recently introduced in Japan and will be carried by SoftBank, so it probably won’t make its way to the US – at least not anytime soon, but it packs specs and looks similar to the AQUOS 104SH.

It will carry a 1GHz TI OMAP4430 dual-core processor, a 4.5″ (1280 x 720) glasses-free 3D display, a 12.1-megapixel camera (capable of 1080p HD video recording), a front facing camera (judging by the pictures) , Android 2.3, 1GB RAM, 2.2GB of internal storage, waterproof body (IPX5/IPX7) dust resistant (IP5X), DLNA support, infrared connection, NFC, TV tuner, microSDHC card slot, W-CDMA, GSM, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS.

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