Sharp's W51SH cellphone is set to make its debut in Japan in the next few days. Sure, it looks exactly like the LG VX9400 we saw at CES, but Sharp's baby has a 3-inch Aquos screen. As we all know, Aquos just isn't a hollow marketing term designed to trick consumers into thinking they're buying Grade A merchandise. No, sir: Aquos means you're getting enhanced picture quality and an ambient lighting sensor. Other gems include on-the-go TV, built-in GPS, HSDPA and a microSD slot. I don't know, but it seems a little "meh" compared to certain other recently announces cellphones.