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Last updated: 14 April 2018 – 11:11

8 August 2017: The Sharp Aquos S2 has finally been announced officially and comes, as expected, in two versions – the "standard", FS8010, and the "high-specs", FS8016. The difference between the two models is mainly in the processor and RAM/ROM (read below).

The Sharp Aquos S2 is made by FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of Foxconn, and doesn't really qualify...

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Last updated: 27 March 2018 – 08:05

The Aquos S3 (FS8032) has finally been announced, first in Taiwan, one day ahead of the advertised 28th April announcement in Vietnam.

The Aquos S3 has a 5.99-inch screen with a 18:9 ratio and a Full HD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 px, giving it a ratio of 91% of the device's total surface area...

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Last updated: 23 March 2018 – 15:00

Finally, over two months after the date initially scheduled for announcement (16 January 2018), the Aquos S3 mini is a fact. For a while, leaks on the Google Play supported devices list had us believe the phone had been renamed to Aquos V1 mini, apparently not the case, now that it was officially announced on 22 March. Sales will begin (in China) on...

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Last updated: 11 February 2018 – 11:29

The SH8168U is hardly an impressive new addition to the Sharp China Android devices list, but still worth mentioning, so here we go.

Equipped with a 3.8-inch screen with a 480 x 800 resolution, the SH8168U is a "naked-eye" 3D-screen phone, the difference from its predecessor, the SH8158U, being the dual-camera for a true 3D shooting experience. The camera,...

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Last updated: 11 February 2018 – 11:18

The SH8158U is the Chinese version of the SoftBank Galapagos 003SH and is the first time Sharp don't downgrade the hardware when releasing a keitai for China.

As known from the 003SH, the device comes with a 3.8-inch WVGA (800 x 480 px) capacitive touch screen, and as the same 29-mm-equivalent 9.6-megapixel CCD-matrix wide-angle camera that can shoot 720p HD...

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Last updated: 5 February 2018 – 15:03

FIH Mobile Limited, a subsidiary of Foxconn, have announced a number of low-end devices wearing the Sharp brand – to shame! – for the Asian market (China, Vietnam, India, etc.) in early February 2018. While some of these devices are nothing but rebranded versions of InFocus smartphones that are already selling on these markets, others such as the Sharp R1S...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

At the end of June 2010, Sharp released a reworked version of the Hybrid W-Zero3 for the Chinese market. This is the first smart phone that Sharp make for Chinese users, yet it's just a tad less smart than we'd like it to be.

Keeping the same specs as on the WS027SH, Sharp made the following changes: they added a GSM module instead of the Willcom PHS radio...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

Announced in the beginning of September 2010, Sharp China started a new line of Android-powered smartphones having the "Dim Sum" ('cookie' or 'snack') proprietary UI, also known as "Tapas".

The SH8118U, the smaller of the two first members of the new family, has a 3.2-inch HVGA (480x320) display, a Qualcomm MSM7227 processor at 600 MHz, its sizes are 116x60x13...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

The SH8128U is the big brother from the new Android Dim Sum or Tapas UI (both meaning "Snack" or "cookie") family of smart phones Sharp China are releasing in September 2010.

Slightly larger than the SH8118U, 119x59x13 mm, the device naturally has more to offer. It comes with a 3.5-inch WVGA (800x480) screen, a Qualcomm MSM7227 processor at 600 MHz, and has...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

In March 2011, Sharp China launched the world's first clamshell Android phone, the XS-01 (the name it was given at first, the SH7218U, is admittedly not the most appealing and easiest to remember). The SH7218U is basically a downgraded version of the Japanese NTT DoCoMo SH-01B, customized to run Anroid 2.2 instead of...

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