Shortly after the IS03 was announced, Sharp & AU KDDI presented another Android-based device for their Spring 2011 lineup. The IS05 admittedly has less of the muscle power the IS03 boasts but still makes a very decent machine.

The IS05 runs on Android 2.2 and has Flash Lite 4.0 support, One Seg TV, Mobile Wallet, FM transmitter, AQUOS link to connect the...

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Sharp's latest Android device for the Japanese market comes out branded for carrier AU KDDI (on 18 October 2010). The slab device has a 3.5-inch screen with the enormous resolution of 960 x 640 pixels and a secondary display below it employing Sharp's Mimory technology, which will memorize the most frequently used shortcuts and display them together with missed calls...

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In mid-May 2010, Sharp began sales of the "developer" version of a new mobile communication device, called the IS01. The IS01 runs Android 1.6 and comes with all Google Android goodies one might expect, but has some main modules stripped off, such as the cellular modem (meaning no phone calls, no 3G data) and without API support for FM and 1Seg connectivity. Instead,...

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