Sharp is at the top of their game right now, announcing two high-end devices headed to the Japanese carrier, SoftBank. Sharp is still keeping its “AQUOS” name although the names are not that inspiring just to keep its identity line of Android devices, as Samsung keeps its Galaxy line.
Sharp Aquos model number 104SH will likely be the flagship device of 2012 from the Japanese mobile handset maker due to its highly impressive hardware specifications. This could be the smartzilla among Android devices headed to Japan: 104SH features a a 4.5-inch HD display, 1.5GHz dual-core Texas Instruments OMAP 4460 processor and a 12MP rear camera. It packs a tri-band radio HSPA+ capable of speeds up to 21Mbps and its the first device from Sharp to run Android Ice Cream Sandwhich.
The second smartphone model number 102SH from Sharp has a 4.5-inch 3D glasses-free with a pixel density of 329dpi and a 1280×720p resolution display, powered by a 1GHz TI OMAP4430 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 12MP camera on the back with HD video recording capabilities and its waterproofed. While the 104SH availability is set for Spring 2012, 102SH Android device will arrive in December 2011 just in time for Christmas Holidays.
We’ll have to see if any of these two will make its way for a global release or not, according to some rumors at least one of them will.