Sharp is coming up with one more of their mobile internet devices known as Sharp SH-10B that will be a clamshell device running on Google’s Android operating system. From what we know, the device will come with a high definition 5-inches display screen and two powerful cameras offering pictures at 5.3-Megapixel and 4.3-Megapixel cameras respectively. The latter is front-facing that can be accessed when the clamshell is unfolded.
The new Sharp SH-10B MID has no dearth of connectivity options being equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, HSDPA/HSUPA and GPS/A-GPS functionalities. Users can also watch television on the go with the digital TV tuner. The memory is pretty large for an MID – at 3.4GB.
For now, the Sharp clamshell MID is learned to be launching only in Japan. That’s starting July 23rd. There is no information on when the device will open to markets outside Sharp’s home turf. Keep returning to this site till we get you those details.