Android powered Sharp device is alleged to be the next Sidekick for T-Mobile

Android powered Sharp device is alleged to be the next Sidekick for T-Mobile
Just when we thought that Sharp’s reign of producing Sidekick devices saw an untimely end with the creation of the Samsung manufactured T-Mobile Sidekick 4G, we’re now feeling quite the opposite after an image purported to be the next Sidekick device was leaked.

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.

If this device is indeed the next Sidekick, it’s surely going to follow one of the best we’ve seen out of the bunch mainly due to the Sidekick 4G's top-notch specs and 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


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