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KDDI rolls out new Sharp AQUOS K SHF31

KDDI recently introduced a new addition to its 2015 Spring lineup. The Sharp AQUOS K (SHF31) is a new Android 4.4 KitKat-running smartphone that takes the form of a feature phone. By that I mean a flip phone but with the standard features you can find in a smartphone. Don't expect much from the phone  though because it only has a 3.4-inch screen with a 960 × 540 pixel resolution. The phone also boasts of touch pad support, tethering, and infrared.

Sharp rolls out new AQUOS 4K Ultra HD TV line at CES 2015

Sharp just introduced its latest AQUOS 4K Ultra HD TV lineup for this year. The company's announcement at the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas brings up the number of 4K UHD TVs ranging from 43- to 80-inches now available in the market. The newest 4K series includes the new model that boasts of the highest resolution TV today: the AQUOS Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV. We all know how Sharp has always been on the forefront of the TV industry, helping shape the display technologies that other manufacturers usually follow.

Sharp’s new 4.1-inch IGZO display has 736ppi

Sharp is one of the bigger makers of displays for smartphones and other devices on the market today. The company has announced that it has adopted IGZO technology and that adoption has resulted in a new display that is 4.1-inches in size and has a very high pixel density of 736ppi.

Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone gets its official video trailer

We talked about the Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone a bit earlier this month when the edge-to-edge display of the smartphone was first unveiled. This week Sharp has rolled out the official video trailer for the phone touting some of the features the device offers. The video focuses not so much on the hardware inside the smartphone as it does on the things the phone offers for audio and camera functionality.

Sharp unveils “edge-to-edge display” of Aquos Crystal

When Sharp announced that their upcoming Aquos Crystal phone would have “edge-to-edge display”, people’s expectations of what it would look like were heightened. As they have now unveiled the actual phones, it would seem to have met those expectations, as the front panel of the smartphone has super-thin bezels, giving justice to the original description.

Sharp to produce smartphone screens in TV production plant

One of the signs of growing demand for smartphones and mobile devices is when electronics manufacturers start reallocating resources to the production of smartphone components. Such seems to be the case with Sharp who will be producing smartphones screens in a plant that's originally designed to make large TV displays.
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