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Sometimes -- all too often, in fact -- devices simply don't live up to their carefully selected and prepared press shots, but yeah, we're pretty sure that's not the case here. LetsGoMobile recently had a peep at Sharp's lovely WS011SH Advanced/W-ZERO3 [es] on the floor of IFA, and seriously, it see...

September 10th 2007 at 3:01am 0 Comments
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So the Sharp device we thought Microsoft had accidentally leaked a day early yesterday actually looks nothing -- and we mean nothing -- like the actual handset, though what they ended up unveiling is still crazy cool. The Sharp WS011SH Advanced/W-ZERO3 [es], which we believe may be the most complic...

June 7th 2007 at 12:57pm 0 Comments
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While we loved the specs on Sharp's W-ZERO3 / WS003SH, let's just say that its plastic, chub of a case was seriously short on swank. Now check the W-ZERO3 [es] / WS007SH hotness which our brethren at Engadget Japan got the jump on this AM. Developed under that same partnership with Sharp, Willcom,...

July 4th 2006 at 9:02am 0 Comments
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While we loved the specs on Sharp's W-ZERO3 / WS003SH, let's just say that its plastic, chub of a case was seriously short on swank. Now check the W-ZERO3 [es] / WS007SH hotness which our brethren at Engadget Japan got the jump on this AM. Developed under that same partnership with Sharp, Willcom,...

July 4th 2006 at 9:02am 0 Comments
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Our esteemed colleagues holding down Engadget Japanese have uncovered the WS004SH, a refreshed version of Sharp's would-be Universal killer, the W-ZERO3. Internal flash is up from 128 to 256MB (giving the user about 197MB of that to play with), and MSFP is now included out of the box. The rea...

June 6th 2006 at 1:59pm 0 Comments