Sharp Japan today announced the AQUOS LCD TV D series [JP,] consisting of a total of four new models sized between 32 and 52 inches. The TVs will hit stores in Nippon June 10th with Sharp yet to reveal their international distribution plans.
The company is planning to sell versions measuring 32 inches (LC-32DS6), 40 inches (LC-40DS6), 46 inches (LC-46DS6) and 52 inches (LC-52DS6). All TVs are full HD, feature a contrast ratio of 15,000:1, a viewing angle of 176°, three HDMI ports and Sharp’s High-Picture-Quality Master Engine for – you guessed it – better picture quality.
Users living in Japan can access Yahoo and other online content services, including some AQUOS-exclusive stuff (i.e. movies in HD).
The TVs come in a few different colors, including white, black, and red. Sharp will offer the devices with an open price model.