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  • Last update: Thursday 3 January 2013 [1 news items]

Sharp sees shortage of 5-inch Full HD panels on Aquos Phone sales; to release new IGZO smartphone in 2013

Jan 3, 14:36

Sharp is reportedly witnessing a shortage of its in-house produced 5-inch Full HD handset panels due to explosive sales of its Aquos Phone SH930W in Taiwan, according to industry...

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    CES 2010: Sharp LC-60E88UN 240Hz 60-inch LCD TV

    Sharp introduced a 240Hz 60-inch LCD TV, the LC-60E88UN at CES 2010. The LC-60E88UN employs Sharp's proprietary full HD 1080p X-Gen LCD panel with UV2A technology and 10-bit processing...

    Photo: Company, Jan 21.

  • CES+2010%3A+Sharp+LED%2Dbacklit+LE920+series+LCD+TV+

    CES 2010: Sharp LED-backlit LE920 series LCD TV

    Sharp showcased its new LED-backlit AQUOS LE920 AQUOS series LCD TV at the CES 2010. The series features Sharp's four primary color technology that adds the color Y (yellow) to the...

    Photo: Company, Jan 20.

  • CES+2010%3A+Sharp+LCD+TVs+with+four+primary+color+technology

    CES 2010: Sharp LCD TVs with four primary color technology

    Sharp introduced its four primary color technology at the CES 2010. The four primary color technology adds yellow (Y) to the traditional red (R), green (G) and blue (B), enabling...

    Photo: Yen-Shyang Hwang, Digitimes, Jan 11.

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    Sharp Aquos X series unveiled at CEATEC

    Sharp has unveiled its X series of Aquos LCD TVs at CEATEC Japan 2008. Two new full HD models, the 65-inch LC-65XS1 and 52-inch LC-52XS1, will be introduced in the Japanese market...

    Photo: Company, Oct 2.

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