Sharp's W-ZERO3 PDA Phone

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This sweet-looking black beauty is Sharp's latest PDA phone, dubbed the "W-ZERO3." It's a slider with a huge 3.7 inch VGA touchscreen LCD with 65,536 colors that almost dwarfs the QWERTY keypad underneath. Other features include 128 MB of built-in memory, a 1.3 megapixel camera, an Intel PXA270 416Mhz processor, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a miniSD card slot, and USB. It'll run Windows Mobile 5.0 Japanese edition, and will have full POP3 and SMTP compatibility and will be bundled along with Windows Media Player 10. An interesting note about the device is that it'll be using W-Sim (Willcom Sim) cards which hold a lot more data than regular SIM — about 600Kb of data as well as voice-based data. Measuring 70x130x36 mm and weighing in at 220 grams, the W-ZERO3 does sound a little hefty, but I'm definitely liking the form factor so far (plus the specs don't sound too bad either). It'll be out in Japan soon, and here's hoping us over here in the states will get our hands on it too. More pics after the jump.

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Microsoft and Sharp to announce PDA "W-ZERO3" with Windows Mobile 5.0 Jap edition (W-Sim Compatible) [Phoneyworld]

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