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Sharp SH906i

FOMA SHARP SH906i
Manufacturer Sharp Corporation
Compatible networks -3G:800MHz,850MHz,1.7GHz, 2GHz
-2G:900MHz,1800Mhz,1900MHz
Availability by country June 2008
Predecessor FOMA SH905i
Successor FOMA SH-03A, FOMA SH-01A
Form factor Flip
Dimensions 112 × 49 × 18.6 mm
Weight 135 gr
Operating system Symbian OS + MOAP(S)
Memory unknown MB internal
Removable storage up to 4GB microSD
Battery 800 mAh Li-Pol battery
Display 3.0" TFT LCD, 16M Colors
854X480 pixels
Rear camera 5.2 megapixel, 5.0MP Effective
Media -M4A/WMA player
Connectivity -Bluetooth (2.0 + ADP)
-USB (2.0 proprietary FOMA standard)
-Infrared
Landscape view of the SH906i

FOMA SH906i is a mobile phone developed by Sharp for NTT DoCoMo using the FOMAHSDPA) 3G network.[1]

Features

The SH906i is only available in the Japanese market.[2] It is the first ClearPad enabled touchscreen mobile phone to be introduced to Japan's mobile handset market.[3][4] Similar to the SH905i, it has a screen that can flip 180 degrees to face opposite from the user. The overall look of the phone closely resembles that of a SH903i.

The screen is a 3.0" TFT LCD unit capable of representing 16.7 million colors at 854X480 resolution. It also sports a strengthened form of anti-peek technology whereby a press of a button activates patterns across the screen when viewed at an angle.[5]

The lid can be folded down while the screen is flipped outwards, enabling the touch screen feature of this phone. The screen itself users capacitive screen, hence it is not possible to use a stylus. Users in Japan can use the phone in this mode to browse the web, watch 1SEG terrestrial TV, and control the camera.

The directional key now contains a sensor integrating Sharp's exclusive "Touch Cruiser" technology. This allows users to navigate the menus akin to using a laptop touch pad. The settings allow for multiple sensitivity options as well as an option to turn it off altogether.

The camera has been upgraded to a 5.2MP CMOS unit with AutoFocus for up to 5 faces. It features anti-shake technology, automatic white balance and a panoramic mode. However, the handset does not feature a secondary camera. For 3G calls, it is still possible to use the primary camera by swiveling the lid 180 degrees.[5]

Bluetooth is built in, a first for FOMA Sharp handsets. However it is limited to headset pairing only.[6]

Preinstalled i-アプリ (i-Appli)

  • Japanese-English translator for SH
  • Japanese-Chinese translator for SH
  • Web Dictionary
  • GPS
  • TV Remote
  • DCMX Mobile Wallet Service
  • FeliCa
  • Devil May Cry for SH
  • Google Mobile Maps
  • Manga/Book Reader

See also

References

  1. ^ FOMA SH906i サポート情報 - お客様サポート - NTTドコモ Retrieved on 2009-06-28.
  2. ^ "Sharp SH906i mobile phone includes Synaptics". Mobile Choice. Retrieved 2009-06-28. 
  3. ^ "Synaptics Provides ClearPad(TM) Sensor for the SH906i Touchscreen Mobile Phone". United Press International. Retrieved 2009-06-28. 
  4. ^ "Capacitive Sensors Squeeze Versatile Touch Into Tight Quarters". Electronic Design. Retrieved 2009-06-28. 
  5. ^ a b Sharp SH906i Brings Symbian and Japanese Elegance Softpedia News. Retrieved on 2009-06-28.
  6. ^ SH906i:レビュー - CNET Japan. Retrieved on 2009-06-28.

External links

  • FOMA SH906i - NTTドコモ
  • SH906i - シャープ
  • ケータイ新製品SHOW CASE SH906i - ケータイWatch


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