What is claimed to be the world’s first true VGA (480 x 640
pixels) phone is now available from Vodafone KK in Japan. The 904SH is made
for Vodafone by Sharp. By contrast, the best colour screen handsets have previously
only boasted QVGA (Quarter VGA). The 904SH has a screen with four times better
resolution than its competitors. The phone appears to be something of a bargain
as it will typically cost Japanese subscribers £120 ($ 210).

vod904Sh Sharp makes first true VGA mobile

It offers a range of advanced features such as a 3.2 megapixel
camera; a Motion Control Sensor (for playing 3D games), and a Face Recognition
function that authenticates handset owners by sensing their facial characteristics.
Another interesting feature is the ability to indulge in instant messaging with
those in close proximity to you using Bluetooth. There’s also a parental control
feature to ensure youngsters don’t get hold of the wrong kind of applications.

What is claimed to be the world’s first true VGA (480 x 640
pixels) phone is now available from Vodafone KK in Japan. The 904SH is made
for Vodafone by Sharp. By contrast, the best colour screen handsets have previously
only boasted QVGA (Quarter VGA). The 904SH has a screen with four times better
resolution than its competitors. The phone appears to be something of a bargain
as it will typically cost Japanese subscribers £120 ($ 210).

vod904Sh2 Sharp makes first true VGA mobile

It offers a range of advanced features such as a 3.2 megapixel
camera; a Motion Control Sensor (for playing 3D games), and a Face Recognition
function that authenticates handset owners by sensing their facial characteristics.
Another interesting feature is the ability to indulge in instant messaging with
those in close proximity to you using Bluetooth. There’s also a parental control
feature to ensure youngsters don’t get hold of the wrong kind of applications.

Since Vodafone KK recently sold out to Softbank, maybe the
904SH represents something of a comeback.