Today, Sharp announced its latest Windows Mobile product - the EM ONE - a 3.6 Mbps
HSDPA-enabled dual-slider Windows Mobile Professional smartphone for the
Japanese market (only).
Sharp's latest Windows Mobile smartphone (which was - unfortunately - not shown
at the 3GSM World Congress last week) incorporates HSDPA as well as WiFi b/g and
Bluetooth 1.2 and is powered by Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC
Furthermore, it's sporting a 4.1" 800Ãƒâ€”640 pixel WVGA screen and a pretty unique
dual-sliding mechanism which opens bidirectional:
Featuring a NVIDIA GoForce 5500 graphics chip and a Marvell PXA 270 main CPU at
520 MHz, the EM ONE includes 128 MB RAM and 512 MB ROM as well as a 1.3
megapixel camera on the back.
According to Sharp, the 140Ãƒâ€”18.9Ãƒâ€”70mm sized and 250g weighing devices constantly
operates 4 hours.
The EM ONE will retail without a subscription from 31st March for 95,000 Yen (around US$ 795/605 Euro).
Cheers ~ Arne