NTT DoCoMo & Orange to launch Sharp Aquos SH80F Android-based 3D phone in Europe and Asia

by Gavril Mankoo

The Japanese have finally decided to give the world its share of Android-based 3D phones, with NTT DoCOMo announcing a tie up with French telecom giants Orange for the launch of the Sharp Aquos SH80F phone in Asia and Europe. Known to be pretty stingy with locally-made Android-based 3D phones, selling them all in the limits of the country itself, Japan manufacturers seem to have realized the need for foreign markets for the same. Packing Android 2.3, two 8MP CMOS cameras, 3D video recording in 720×1280 resolution, a 4.2-inch naked-eye 3D display with 960×540 resolution, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and an HDMI connection, the European version of the phone might lack the infrared connection, e-wallet function, and digital TV tuner though.