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Sharp Aquos SH80F, lo smartphone 3D Android arriva in Europa

Solitamente i terminali ideati e prodotti in Giappone non escono da quel mercato per arrivare fino in Europa: per lo Sharp AQUOS PHONE SH80F non sarà così.

Sharp AQUOS PHONE SH80F

Lo smartphone, basato su Android Gingerbread, è stato ufficialmente annunciato da Orange, che lo distribuirà in Francia a partire da ottobre.

Già disponibile in Giappone con NTT Docomo con il nome di Sharp AQUOS PHONE SH-12C, il device può contare su un display 3D da 4,2 pollici con risoluzione qHD, doppia fotocamera da 8 megapixel capace di catturare immagini e registrare video in 3D, processore Qualcomm da 1 GHz.

Sharp AQUOS PHONE SH80F

In attesa di avere informazioni ufficiali sulla possibilità che lo Sharp AQUOS PHONE SH80F venga distribuito anche in Italia vi lasciamo al comunicato stampa di presentazione in lingua inglese:

TOKYO, JAPAN, September 29, 2011 --- NTT DOCOMO, INC. announced today that it will procure an Android smartphone from Sharp Corporation together with Orange, one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators, marking the first time for an overseas operator to deploy a DOCOMO smartphone.

The smartphone model, a 3D-capable handset initially developed for DOCOMO and sold as the AQUOS PHONE SH-12C in Japan, was redesigned for the European market and named the “AQUOS PHONE SH80F.” Orange will introduce the model in France from October as its first mobile device capable of converting images and videos from 2D to 3D in real time.

Kiyohito Nagata, Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Strategic Marketing for NTT DOCOMO, INC., said, “We’re very proud of our relationship with Orange, which has made it possible to introduce this innovative 3D smartphone made by Sharp Corporation to the international market. DOCOMO will continue to work closely with Orange as part of a strategy to lead the global market with new and innovative products.”

“We are excited to be launching the AQUOS PHONE SH80F, thanks to our collaboration with DOCOMO and Sharp,” said Yves Maitre, Senior Vice President, Mobile Multimedia and Devices, Orange. “Orange is committed to bringing compelling innovations to our customers. Together, we share this ambition, launching this product in both Asia and Europe. We look forward to developing similar opportunities for our customers in the future.”

Masami Ohbatake, Group General Manager, Communication Systems Group, Sharp Corporation, said, “Sharp is honored to commercialize our new 3D smartphone (AQUOS PHONE SH80F) with Orange, thanks to their new collaborative relationship with DOCOMO. The introduction of this product in Europe will offer new added value experiences for users through our one-of-a-kind technologies; such as our 3D display and 3D camera.”

DOCOMO and Orange have a successful and long-standing relationship built on a common vision to enhance mobile experiences through innovative products and services. The two companies will continue to explore opportunities to harness new innovations for their markets that will further enhance customer satisfaction.

Fonte: Press Release (via Unwired View)

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Solitamente i terminali ideati e prodotti in Giappone non escono da quel mercato per arrivare fino in Europa: per lo Sharp AQUOS PHONE SH80F non sarà così.

Sharp AQUOS PHONE SH80F

Lo smartphone, basato su Android Gingerbread, è stato ufficialmente annunciato da Orange, che lo distribuirà in Francia a partire da ottobre.

Già disponibile in Giappone con NTT Docomo con il nome di Sharp AQUOS PHONE SH-12C, il device può contare su un display 3D da 4,2 pollici con risoluzione qHD, doppia fotocamera da 8 megapixel capace di catturare immagini e registrare video in 3D, processore Qualcomm da 1 GHz.

Sharp AQUOS PHONE SH80F

In attesa di avere informazioni ufficiali sulla possibilità che lo Sharp AQUOS PHONE SH80F venga distribuito anche in Italia vi lasciamo al comunicato stampa di presentazione in lingua inglese:

TOKYO, JAPAN, September 29, 2011 — NTT DOCOMO, INC. announced today that it will procure an Android smartphone from Sharp Corporation together with Orange, one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators, marking the first time for an overseas operator to deploy a DOCOMO smartphone.

The smartphone model, a 3D-capable handset initially developed for DOCOMO and sold as the AQUOS PHONE SH-12C in Japan, was redesigned for the European market and named the “AQUOS PHONE SH80F.” Orange will introduce the model in France from October as its first mobile device capable of converting images and videos from 2D to 3D in real time.

Kiyohito Nagata, Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Strategic Marketing for NTT DOCOMO, INC., said, “We’re very proud of our relationship with Orange, which has made it possible to introduce this innovative 3D smartphone made by Sharp Corporation to the international market. DOCOMO will continue to work closely with Orange as part of a strategy to lead the global market with new and innovative products.”

“We are excited to be launching the AQUOS PHONE SH80F, thanks to our collaboration with DOCOMO and Sharp,” said Yves Maitre, Senior Vice President, Mobile Multimedia and Devices, Orange. “Orange is committed to bringing compelling innovations to our customers. Together, we share this ambition, launching this product in both Asia and Europe. We look forward to developing similar opportunities for our customers in the future.”

Masami Ohbatake, Group General Manager, Communication Systems Group, Sharp Corporation, said, “Sharp is honored to commercialize our new 3D smartphone (AQUOS PHONE SH80F) with Orange, thanks to their new collaborative relationship with DOCOMO. The introduction of this product in Europe will offer new added value experiences for users through our one-of-a-kind technologies; such as our 3D display and 3D camera.”

DOCOMO and Orange have a successful and long-standing relationship built on a common vision to enhance mobile experiences through innovative products and services. The two companies will continue to explore opportunities to harness new innovations for their markets that will further enhance customer satisfaction.

Fonte: Press Release (via Unwired View)

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