Android powered Sharp device is alleged to be the next Sidekick for T-Mobile
Sure the details are rather slim at this point, but the rendered image shows a Sharp branded device that’s hinted to be the next Sidekick device bound for T-Mobile’s lineup. Looking meticulously at the image, this Android powered smartphone definitely employs the distinctive characteristics of a Sidekick device, which is evident by its landscape QWERTY keyboard. Moreover, the device is rumored to feature a 3.2” HVGA touchscreen, GSM/WCDMA connectivity, GPS, and Wi-Fi.
extremely competitive pricing. Considering that this Sharp branded Sidekick is packing an HVGA display, it’s already missing the mark set by Samsung’s production, but we'll see how it all comes together in the end.
source: Unwired View
2. luis_lopez_351 posted on 01 Jun 2011, 13:33 1 1
Yes! Sharp is now going to manufacture U.S. Android devices.
5. bowlski (unregistered) posted on 01 Jun 2011, 13:48 1 3
in my opinion, the new sidekick is marvelous! i've gotten to play around with it a little and i must say, the design is superb. the screen is crystal clear, plastic, but still a sleek sleek phone. and, the pearl/magenta is just awesome. i'm not too familiar with the android interface but this phone seems easy to use, functionable, and still look good. when i first heard that sidekick was coming out with another phone, i thought it was going to be a joke. but it really just seems to be my next big purchase.
8. baykid415 posted on 02 Jun 2011, 00:48 1 1
It's too little too late. your swivel screen may be fantastic but a 3.2 inch screen may be little bit too small and you're only doing this because of samsung's version of the sidekick. Maybe it's time for you to move on and let Samsung use the swivel screen patent and you go do something else like making Tvs