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Sharp GX15

The Sharp GX15 is a tri-band GSM mobile phone designed by Sharp Corp (Japan).

This model was almost exclusively sold by Vodafone in both Europe and Australasia. Sister model GZ100 was sold by Hong Kong's SmarTone.

Has the following features:

Being targeted at the lower-specification end of the product spectrum, it does not have the following features:

It weighs 84g and its size is 17.8 x 105 x 45 mm.

A custom-designed connector is used to both charge the phone battery and connect to the computer via USB. This same connector style is used for many of Sharp's mobile phone models.

The Sharp GX15 is designed to work with its own Handset Manager software. So, it may not work correctly with some standard PC synchronization applications: for example, remote reading of the battery level is not supported.

External links

  • Sharp GX15 Official page EuropeAfricaAustralasia
  • Sharp GX15 review
  • Sharp Telecommunications of Europe (STE) website
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