Cell Phone With Integrated Projector To Go On Sale In Japan

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Way back in October 2008, we reported about a cell phone that featured a built-in mini projector. The cell phone was showcased by Japan’s biggest mobile carrier, NTT Docomo, as a prototype. But today, the same carrier announced [JP] that such a spectacular handset will finally go on sale in Japan this Friday.

If you’re an avid MobileCrunch reader, you’ll remember we covered the Sharp SH-06C in November as part of Docomo’s winter line-up of new cell phones.

Since then, Sharp has changed the name (from SH-05C to SH-06) and finalized the spec sheet.

The handset will come with the following features:

  • DLP projector featuring 9 lumens brightness and 640×360 resolution
  • 3.7-inch touchscreen with 480×854 resolution
  • 5.1ch Dolby Mobile sound support
  • 5.3MP CMOS camera with AF
  • OneSeg digital TV tuner
  • Blu-ray recorder connectivity
  • microSDHC slot (16GB max)
  • Bluetooth
  • GPS
  • e-wallet function
  • size: 119×59×15.7mm
  • weight: 137g
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