Sharp Mobile Phones

By: America Ebony

Sharp is a Japanese electronics manufacturer which was founded in 1912. This was the first company to make a camera phone for the Japanese market in the month of November 2000. Now, it is considered to be one of the leading electronic companies in the UK. Sharp mobile phones have made a great impact in the mobile phone industry, and it is rapidly coming out with new models with best features in order to meet the expectation of the people.

Some of the latest Sharp handsets are 770SH, 550SH and GX29. The 770SH is a clam shell type 3G (UMTS) mobile phone with a camera of 1.3 mega pixel. You will get an outstanding display of 2.2-inch with the resolution of 240 x 320 pixels (QVGA) with it.

Now, as far as the sound is concerned, you can enjoy the 40-chord polyphonic ring tone with 770 SH. In addition to this, it also has an MP3 player which supports AAC, AAC+, AAC+e formats. You also have the flexibility to increase the memory with the help of microSD memory card. This handset has all the features which you would commonly expect from any mobile phone.

In the 550SH, you will get a display of 1.9 inch with the resolution of 240 x 320 pixels (QVGA). Moreover, you will also get a 260k-colour TFT LCD screen and a 1.3 mega pixel camera with the feature of digital zoom. The rest of the features are just similar to 770 SH.
The GX29 is considered to be a stylish and compact mobile phone with a display of 240 x 320 pixels (QVGA). It features a 310K (VGA) CMOS Camera with 4x digital zoom, whereas you can easily send MMS/SMS/E-mail (POP3) with this handset.

According to the press release by the Sharp, it has developed a new LCD for mobile phones. The contrast ratio of this LCD is 2000:1, whereas it has a wide viewing angle of 176 degrees. In the coming years, Sharp is going to develop LCDs based on latest technology for the mobile handsets. These latest development in the mobile phones will certainly pave the way for the Sharp to become a global leader in the mobile phone industry.

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