Released in early February 2013, the SH-05E is advertised as a "kids' phone" and, indeed, if we look underneath the now standard smartphone appearance, we will see it is not a phone a grown up person would pick.

The Docomo Junior SH-05E has a 4.1 inch CG Silicon LCD screen and QHD resolution (540 x 960 px), 1 GB of RAM and a dula-core Qualcomm...

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The first of the Winter 2012/2013 collection, the Aquos Phone Zeta SH-02E, is arriving wielding pretty much the same specs as the SoftBank Aquos Phone Xx 203SH:

- 4.9 inches of screen, 1280 x 720 pixel resolution, but unlike the 203SH, this one is using Sharp's revolutionary IGZO LCD display!

- Quad-core 1.5...

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Sharp and Docomo have announced the October 2012 launch of the Aquos Phone si SH-01E and the November/December 2012 launch of the limited edition version SH-01E Vivienne Westwood.

The SH-01E appears to be a mid-range smartphone of the Docomo WITH series and has a 4.1 inch screen with QHD resolution (540 x 960 px)...

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The Aquos Phone sv SH-10D appears to be the smaller brother of the SH-09D from the Summer 2012 DoCoMo collection. The "sv" in the model name stands for "Super Viewer".

The SH-10D features a 4.5 inch display with HD resolution (1280 x 720) and is powered by a 1.5 Ghz dual core Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 processor. It has 1 GB of RAM...

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The Aquos Phone Zeta SH-09D looks like the flagship of the Summer 2012 DoCoMo collection.

The SH-09D features a 4.7 inch display with HD resolution (1280 x 720) of the new S-CGSilicon class of displays Sharp is making, promising even higher image quality, combined with a new image processing engine dubbed the 3 SV.

The...

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The DoCoMo Summer 2012 collection is now official, and the Aquos Phone st SH-07D, which many were hoping would be a flip phone, turned out to be a mid-range sports-oriented (which explains the "st" in the name) Android slab. 

The screen measures the humble 3.4 inches and has a FWVGA (854...

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The Aquos Phone SH-06D by DoCoMo was announced on 16 February 2012 and released on 23 March. It can be seen as an upgrade to the SH-01D.

The SH-06D has a 4.5-inch, HD (1280 x 720 px) 3D-capable display, just like its predecessor, and a slightly faster processor - a Texas Instruments OMAP 4460 (2 x 1.2 GHz) instead of SH-01D's TI OMAP 4430 processor...

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The SH-04D is dubbed the Q-pot phone and is part of the DoCoMo Q-pot series of chocolate-styled phones. The previous members of the Q-pot family, however, are not smartphones and run DoCoMo's proprietary OS: the SH-04C and the SH-04B.

This Q-pot runs Android 2.3 and has a 3.7-inch QHD (940 x 560) screen. Underneath is a 1 Ghz single-core Qualcomm...

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The SH-02D, part of the Winter 2011/Spring 2012 DoCoMo collection, is a slider phone with a numerical keyboard and a 4-way cursor.

The 3.7-inch screen comes with a QHD resolution of 540 x 960 pixels but is not 3D capable. The SH-01D runs Android 2.3 and has a 1 Ghz single core processor with 512 MB of RAM / 2 GB of ROM, making it relatively underpowered in comparison...

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The SH-01D is the first of the Winter 2011/Spring 2012 DoCoMo collection. It comes with a 4.5-inch HD (1280 x 720) screen which is 3D capable.

The SH-01D runs Sharp's proprietary Tap Flow UI underneath which is the Android OS, version 2.3 (upgrade to Android 4.0 ICS is scheduled for July 2012). On board we find a dual core TI OMAP 4430 processor at...

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