As it stands right now, the Sharp 3D Aquos phones haven’t left Japan. At least, not when it comes to full retail or network support. But, in a recent announcement made by Sharp, all of that is about to change. The phones are now reportedly heading to some European nations, where they’ll see their first “international” release since their launch.
According to the announcement, the Aquos Phone SH-12C (as it is known in Japan) will land in Europe sometime in October, where France will be the lucky nation to support the 3D-enabled device first, thanks to carrier Orange. The device itself features Android 2.3, 3D video recording, a 4.2-inch touchscreen, a pair of 8MP cameras, and an HDMI connection.
There’s no word on whether or not Britain will get the device, but the roll-out to other European countries doesn’t look to be ending with just France. There’s no word on pricing quite yet, but that should be handled soon enough.