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Disney release Sharp based DM010SH and DM011SH 3D Andorid Smartphone in Japan

Well its been a week for information on Japanese smart phones as this week Sharp has announced new Aquos 102SH dual core 3D Android Phone and now the Mouse house themselves have announced a further 2 more Sharp built Android smartphone for its Japanese MNVO network.

Yes in Japan, the land of the rising sun and most things crazy, the Mouse house has its own mobile network and the release a string of kiddie friendly handset to its doting public.

The latest two handsets are the DM010SH and the DM011SH and to be completely honest the two Disneyfied handsets are not bad little smartphones. Both are created by Sharp and are based on their current Japanese smartphone designs with the DM010SH being based on the Sharp AQUOS 009SH and the DM011SH based on Sharp’s AQUOS 007SH.

The DM010SH / Sharp’s AQUOS 009SH sport Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and runs off a 1GHz processor with a 4-inch LCD with 3D QHD resolution, an 8MP CMOS camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a microSDHC slot, a digital TV tuner, an e-wallet function and the Japan favoured infrared communication.

Disney DM010sh Smartphone

The DM011SH / Sharp’s AQUOS 007SH is the bigger and more powerful handset with a body, 3.4-inch LCD touchscreen with 854×480 resolution, Weatherproof hardware, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, digital TV tuner, e-wallet function and with a whopping 16MP CCD camera with 1,280×720 HD video recording all running the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.

Both handsets will come with Exclusive Disney related content and can be seen with a specific Mickey Mouse button on the front instead of the standard home button.

The DM010SH will be released in Japan in October with the DM011SH in December.

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