You know, scrolling home menus would have been where the Touch Cruiser would've come into good use. Swipe on TouchCru and change home menus. Use direction keys to select icons.
It's not that they don't know Android uses gobloads of battery- they did cram 1000+ mah batteries on the original slab android keitais
iPhone 5 [64GB|Black] | HTC One X LTE | NTT docomo N-06C
I have already forwarded this news to the guys at Mugen-Power... I expect they will be makeing "bathtub" batteries for this in no time...
i really like these types of phones so original than those new ones......
I imagine that they would need to do that in order to certify it for global roaming, right?
The second press release by Sharp I linked in the main forum: http://www.sharp.co.jp/corporate/rep...ne2/index.html
actually mentions the US and Europe. Here's the quote again:
"Finally, in addition to Japan and China, U.S. and Europe and in emerging economies "AQUOS PHONE" explained the expansion." (最後に、日本・中国に加え、米国や欧州、新興国への「AQUOS PHONE」展開を説明しました。).
Sharp mobile devices database & tips for Sharp smartphones: http://sharp.cheeseus.org
Engadget are full of crap
I volunteered my services as I am now living in Tokyo and felt I have been around here long enough to be trusted. I won't be throwing weight around; just catching spam, re-routing threads and being a point of contact for any issues or concerns.
engadget likes to BS people with their snide comments, i hate those blog tech sites that like to insert their snide comments into every article
(popping back in for a while before going back to my excessively time-consuming schoolwork)
Yeah, that habit is a bit annoying. But then again, I wouldn't be surprised if they went global with this one, given the feature set.