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Sharp enter the 8 megapixel race with SH1810C for China

Sharp enter the 8 megapixel race with SH1810C for China - read the full textSharp introduced two new GSM clamshell phones - the slim SH6010C and the 8 megapixel SH1810C. The SH6010C is a mid-ranger in a stainless steel body, while the high-end cameraphone will rely on its 8 MP CCD sensor, 6-axis accelerometer and WVGA display resolution to attract consumers. The new...

 

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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2009-01-13 02:25 from PUmf - click to readFunny comment, the only devices that don't play mp3 are docomo (except the se docomo phones) :)

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  • 2009-03-07 11:48
  • miNm

> In reply to jonnyblazen @ 2009-01-10 01:47 from yVgU - click to readPLEASE do go to youtube and view on this 930SH japan' model ad...then you will know how pro they are, not your what...nokia, se...samsung...etc...Japan mobiles are the first to be in the high tech mobile trade...japanese no need a computer or a laptop all they need is a mobile phone...shopping, train, ebay, gps, camera, videos, cool games....design and cool factor are all in the phone....

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  • 2009-01-13 02:31
  • PUmf

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2009-01-11 09:42 from P%nm - click to readWELL SAID, LED disco is the best I ever seen on phones man....SUPER COOL...on my 903SH...now that the ccd is back on this baby, i am gonna get the china version...

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  • 2009-01-13 02:26
  • PUmf

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2009-01-11 09:42 from P%nm - click to readNOTHING can compare to SHARP or DOCOMO, SOFTBANK...the rest were just ripping off customers with their tiny screens and low function phones... SE walkman phones - which phone doesnt play mp3 nowadays?

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  • 2009-01-13 02:25
  • PUmf

It's a shame that SHARP doesn't get more attention on GSMARENA. Even though most handsets are only available in Japan, they ARE still GSM/HSDPA handsets. So I think they deserve the same attention as the others. Sure, it's harder to get a hold of them, but MOBILEBURN get a hold of them too occasionally.

I still think that these handsets are way more competetive than the rest and people should know about it.

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  • 2009-01-12 08:07
  • PUam

> In reply to japftw @ 2009-01-09 04:06 from 4A%p - click to readI'm pretty sure the GX20 or GX30 was the first to include any sort of camera light, multi coloured LED disco mode!

Nokia still had things like camera's smaller than VGA (CIF, 352 x 288 pixels) and pitiful 128 x 128 pixels, CSTN 4096 colour screens (7210i, 6610i)

Sharp is a company that innovates, a leader not a follower.

Professional.

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  • 2009-01-11 09:42
  • P%nm

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2009-01-07 14:20 from wYF{ - click to readI noticed on the Aquos that they dumped the second camera for video calls, at least the Japanese acknowledge how useless they are.

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  • 2009-01-11 09:31
  • P%nm

not only in china, japanese now are using 8megapixel cell phone over the
country.the price is very expensive about 900$ for a phone.

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  • 2009-01-11 05:02
  • RLE9

> In reply to jonnyblazen @ 2009-01-10 01:47 from yVgU - click to readmy best phone is 8mp ccd sharp 01a my worst ever was nokia95 booth versions with blind 2.8'' qvga screen and so on...sharp with casio are the best mobile manufacters in the world at the moment,u can put put your every day broken nokia to dustbin & learn to use realy good products ''made in japan''

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  • 2009-01-10 15:40
  • n{x{

> In reply to jonnyblazen @ 2009-01-10 01:47 from yVgU - click to readHow pathetic is this FWVGA screen thats three inches? How pathetic is the camera? how pathetic is the build quality? OOO wait Sharp isn't pathetic. They uild off the chinese market, after all they are #1 in Japan and ruled Nokia where they hoped to get 30% marrket share. Read up the facts buddy, you have a lot of back tracking to do, your imaginary super professional phone isn't here yet.

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  • 2009-01-10 04:29
  • q{d4

hahahaha pathetic lets hope sharp keeps those handsets in china....Apart from the 8mp camera these phones are absolute rubbish..Sharp please stick to making TV's and leave the mobile phones to the professionals please....

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  • 2009-01-10 01:47
  • yVgU

Most of SHARP's dedicated camera phones are/used to be CCD. GX20/30, 802, 902, 903, 904, 910SH all had CCD modules and also produced some of the best pictures ever.
910SH wasn't all that great though as I think they didn't get the zoom lense right. 3x optical zoom had it's flaws somewhere...

Glad they are back to CCD!

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  • 2009-01-09 23:42
  • tVHH

> In reply to jericko @ 2009-01-08 16:47 from p$}D - click to readIf you want to talk about revolution, Sharp J-SH04 is the first camera phone in the world. Casio A5401CA is the first CCD camera phone.

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  • 2009-01-09 04:06
  • 4A%p

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2009-01-08 00:11 from 43m7 - click to readNothing revolutionary buddy, SE S700 has CCD sensor since 2004 :p
Great combination although...;) no other brand, except Xcute has taken it further with CCD instead of Cmos
Have INNOV8 now, and very pleased with it :D

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  • 2009-01-08 16:47
  • p$}D

the A3 size print that this phone has produced is impressive, I saw it on the offical release day news, good specs too after I read it, you get all these in a flip style, man how far away are we behind J phones, anyway glad it's out in china and possibly I can use it in Australia now

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  • 2009-01-08 00:58
  • Uijf

CCD sensor on a cellphone..

it's a revolution!!!

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  • 2009-01-08 00:11
  • 43m7

looks sleek!

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  • 2009-01-07 21:08
  • Sc5%

wonderfull . its imagain case

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  • 2009-01-07 20:26
  • NhJP

> In reply to bored of copies @ 2009-01-06 21:16 from 3CfZ - click to readnokia produces bad camera quality phones,uses cheap plastic & scrooping cases,soft is freezing all day long,forget about nokia

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  • 2009-01-07 19:44
  • n{x{

> In reply to passby @ 2009-01-07 10:02 from Uijf - click to readit is,aspecially crapy nokias

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  • 2009-01-07 19:36
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