Sharp has put its 3.8-inch parallax-barrier glasses-free 3D display - as previewed at IFA 2010
- into a trio of Android smartphones, and as well as the Japanese launch kicking off next month, the company also intends
to bring the technology to the US, India and China in 2011. In December, the Sharp GALAPAGOS 003SH and GALAPAGOS 005SH
will each arrive on Japanese carrier Softbank, as well as the Sharp LYNX SH-03C
on NTT DoCoMo.
Each will support multitouch and 3D visuals; it's unclear whether Sharp will launch the same devices in the overseas markets, or put the parallax-barrier display into different phones.