The SH-13C is another one of the Summer 2011 DoCoMo collection. It appears to be the "smaller" brother of the SH-12C, but without 3D capability, and is the second phone of the new naming convention DoCoMo have started - AQUOS PHONE.

Having a smaller display than the SH-12C's gigantic, I would say, 4.2 inches, the SH-13C has a "mere" 3.7 inches but keeps the...

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The Aquos Phone SH-12C is the headliner for the DoCoMo Summer 2011 collection.

The SH-12C is equipped with a Qualcomm MSM8255 CPU at 1.4GHz, has 512MB of RAM and 2GB of built-in memory. It boasts a stunning 4.2-inch AQUOS multi-touch display with 960 × 540 pixel native screen resolution (qHD), and an 8 megapixel CMOS-matrix dual...

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Sharp are entering the media tablet market with their Galapagos cloud-service e-reader tablets. The EB-W51GJ, which comes in red or silver, started selling in Japan in December 2010, while sales in the US and India are expected to begin in Q1 of 2011. In Japan, the tablet is available from carrier DoCoMo under the name SH-07C.

The EB-W51GJ...

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Featured on the DoCoMo Winter 2010/2011 series is another 3D capable device by Sharp, the Lynx SH-03C. This means you can take 3D images, shoot 3D videos in HD, play 3D games and watch 3D films.

Specifications-wise it is the same as the SoftBank 3D models announced a week earlier. The Lynx 03C comes with a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor (Qualcomm MSM8255), 512 MB...

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The first of the Lynx series is NTT DoCoMo and Sharp's first Android device (v.1.6) for the Japanese market - a revamped IS01, announced a couple of months earlier on the carrier AU KDDI. However, DoCoMo were able to start selling the Lynx before KDDI, and it hit stores in japan in June 2010.

Underneath the notably more sporty looks of the Lynx in comparison...

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