Posts Tagged ‘Sharp’

Sharp has just teased us with a new foldable clamshell concept phone, akin to a modern Motorola RAZR. Here’s everything we know so far.

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It appears Foxconn and Sharp still have plans to create thousands of jobs in the United States by opening an LCD manufacturing plant, as per one Sharp executive.

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If rumors are to be believed, the iPhone 8 could be almost entirely made up of screen, and if that sounds impossible, you may want to check out the latest rounded-corner display prototype to come out of Sharp.

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Following news that Sharp is planning to spend half a billion dollars on OLED screen technology, a new report has Apple tapping Sharp up as a potential supplier of OLED screens for a future iPhone.

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It seems like yesterday when the iPhone 4S was launched, and we already find ourselves in the first week of August fighting our way through the daily speculation about when Apple will finally announce and launch their sixth iteration of the insanely popular iPhone. For the better part of this year, it has been widely speculated that the new device will follow last year’s release schedule and make its way into our lives at some point in October, but recent speculation has been intensifying about a possible media event on September 12th which will introduce us to the new iPhone, an iPad Mini and a couple of new iPods. The jury is still out on that one.

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Despite learning over the last few weeks that Apple would be delaying the release of the iPad 3 until early next year, it looks as if Jobs and Co. are in the process of securing a decent supply chain for the display, with 3 shortlisted candidates.

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Android-based smartphones have their screen resolutions, even of the highest-end sets, limited at 800 (or 854) x 480 pixels. That includes the current top-of-the-line EVO 4G, Desire HD, Samsung Galaxy S and Nexus One.

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