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Last updated: 15 March 2018 – 07:29

Working with emerging Japanese data operator, EMOBILE, Sharp made another Windows Mobile 5 device for the operator's market debut, the EM ONE, model name S01SH. Released in May 2007, the device has a 4.1 inch WVGA (800 x 480 px) Mobile Advanced Super View (ASV) display, boasting the impressive 160° viewing angles in all directions. The...

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Last updated: 13 March 2018 – 22:30

Willcom and Sharp's next device, hitting the market in July 2008, is named Willcom 03, model name WS020SH, and it signalled the end of the W-ZERO3 lineup. The device, however, is very reminiscent of its predecessor – it comes with a 3-inch WVGA display and has the same form factor but now flaunts a touch-panel front keypad that...

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Last updated: 13 March 2018 – 23:03

Launched in July 2007, behold the next W-ZERO3 advanced [es], model number WS011SH.

This advanced W-ZERO3 smartphone sports a 3-inch Mobile ASV LCD display (the same type as found on Aquos TVs) with a WVGA resolution (800 x 480 px). The typical mobile phone in 2007 had a QVGA (320 x 240 px) display, which makes the resolution...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

In September 2006, the W-ZERO3[es], the WS007SH, was released, boasting a revamped form factor, weighing just 175 grams (compared to the W-ZERO3 and its 220 grams). The screen size is much smaller - down to 2.8 inches - of course with a VGA resolution, but ROM size was decreased to 128 MB. Besides the form factor change, the W-ZERO3[es]...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

Shortly after the first W-ZERO3, in July 2006, an upgraded version, the WS004SH, was released, featuring a slightly improved system having 256 MB of ROM (197 MB accessible to the user) and Windows CE, version 5.1.195. Infrared and Bluetooth connectivity were also added, including a pre-installed Opera 8.6.

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

W-ZERO3 is the name for the Windows Mobile Pocket PCs Sharp produced together with Japanese operator Willcom. The first W-ZERO3, the WS003SH, was released in Japan in mid-December 2005 and was Japan's first WM5 device and the first to feature a full QWERTY keyboard.

The WS003SH has 64 MB of SDRAM, 128 MB of ROM (60 MB accessible), an Intel XScale Marvell PXA270...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

The last of the Zaurus line appeared in March 2006. The 300-gram portable computer runs Lineo Linux with Qtopia GUI, but many fans have managed to flash it with various different Linux distributions, even with a full-fledged Android recently.

Specifications are pretty nice (for 2006, of course): XScale PXA270 processor clocked at 416MHz, 64MB of RAM and 128MB...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

The new HandyBrain (February 2010) is a strictly professional tool equipped with a 3.7-inch VGA touch screen built using Sharp's CG Silicon technology. The tough barcode reader works on Windows Mobile 6.0, relying on a Texas Instruments OMPA 3505 processor at 600 MHz and 128 MB of RAM / 256 MB ROM.

The HandyBrain has a SDIO and SDHC Slot, Wi Fi, Bluetooth, optional...

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

This shock- and water-spill-proof business tool features a 3.7-inch VGA display of the CG Silicon type. Running Windows Mobile 5.0, the HandyBrain uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to connect to PC.

The machine runs on a Marvell PXA270 CPU with 128 MB RAM and has an SD expansion slot. It weighs 249 gr.

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Last updated: 1 January 1970 – 02:00

HandyBrain is Sharp's business-targeted mobile device/barcode scanner series. The HandyBrain is designed for all sorts of business-related operations, runs on Windows CE (special pro edition) and offers multiple connectivity and synchronization options.

The RZ-N155S runs Windows CE.NET4.2, has a 4-inch VGA CG-Silicon display,...

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