Sharp First with VGA Display
Feb 28, 2006, 7:47 AM by (staff)
Vodafone today anounced the 904SH by Sharp, the world's first mobile phone will a full VGA-resolution display, offering 480 x 640 pixels. First previewed at 3GSM earlier this month, it was announced today that the 904SH also features a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera with 2x optical zoom and facial recognition biometric security. Other features of the phone include 3D motion sensor, FeliCa e-money capability, Bluetooth, GPS, and miniSD memory card slot. The 904SH is a WCDMA/GSM phone that will be available in Japan starting in late April.
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facial biometric security?!
This phone - like ones with fingerprint scanners - has an NFC chip that lets the phone act like a digital wallet...