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The 4K smartphone screen is here, 736ppi LCD shown off by Sharp

The 4K smartphone screen is here, 736ppi LCD shown off by Sharp

By 14 November 2014

Just when you thought smartphone screens couldn't possibly become any more high resolution Sharp's 4K display get unveiled. The IGZO (Indium gallium zinc oxide) LCD panel offers a whopping 736ppi and should appear in smartphones, says Sharp. Sharp developed... >>

Watch out Europe Sharp is back with its first 4K TV, the UD20

Watch out Europe Sharp is back with its first 4K TV, the UD20

By 3 September 2014

Sharp has been busy making giant TVs for years without too much fanfare on European soil, until now. Sharp has just announced it will be launching its UD20 4K TV in the UK and Europe wide. The Sharp UD20 not only comes with an ultra high definition 4K... >>

Is the Sharp Aquos Crystal the first truly bezel-free smartphone? (Update)

Is the Sharp Aquos Crystal the first truly bezel-free smartphone? (Update)

By 19 August 2014

UPDATE: The Sharp Aquos Crystal is now available in the US only on the Sprint, Virgin and Boost networks. Sharp has already unveiled two new smartphones and now at least one of them could be heading to US stores from tomorrow, with a truly bezel-free... >>

The TVs of CES 2014: Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, LG and more

The TVs of CES 2014: Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, LG and more

By 7 January 2014

As the biggest consumer electronics trade show in the world, CES is a hotbed for all manner of brand new home entertainment kit, with even smartphones getting a look in in more recent times. However, the one area of the tech industry that has always been... >>

Sharp 85-inch 8K glasses-free 3D TV to debut at CES 2014

Sharp 85-inch 8K glasses-free 3D TV to debut at CES 2014

By 6 January 2014

Sharp plans to showcase an 85-inch 8K TV at the 2014 CES tradeshow in Las Vegas, and it is capable of delivering a 3D-viewing experience...without 3D glasses. The TV's display was developed in partnership with Philips and Dolby, but it is not the company's... >>

Sharp's Quattron Pro TVs to launch in Europe in spring 2014

Sharp's Quattron Pro TVs to launch in Europe in spring 2014

By 6 January 2014

Sharp is at the 2014 CES tradeshow in Las Vegas, where the company has shown off its 2014 Quattron Pro-equipped televisions expected to launch in Europe this spring. Called Quattron+ in the US, Quattron Pro is somewhere between 1080p and Ultra HD.... >>

Dolby Vision finally ready for public consumption, partners with Sharp and Netflix to bring it to market

Dolby Vision finally ready for public consumption, partners with Sharp and Netflix to bring it to market

By 6 January 2014

Dolby has announced that it is finally ready to bring Dolby Vision to market. The television technology has been discussed and touted for a while, but companies such as Sharp and TCL are expected to release supported sets later this year. Prototype TVs... >>

Sharp first in line for 4K THX certification with Aquos Ultra

Sharp first in line for 4K THX certification with Aquos Ultra

By 26 June 2013

Sharp has unveiled the Aquos Ultra, its own ultra-high-end 70-inch 4K TV which the company claims to be the only THX-certified 4K set available. Gaining THX certification isn't easy, with Sharp claiming a total of "400 rigorous performance tests" in... >>

Sharp DK-KP85PH all-in-one Hi-Fi system announced

Sharp DK-KP85PH all-in-one Hi-Fi system announced

By 25 June 2013

Sharp has launched a new all-in-one hi-fi system, the DK-KP85PH, which is both Bluetooth and iPhone and iPad compatible. The unit uses two 25 Watt digital amplifiers with speakers mounted either side of a central CD unit. It reminds us of the Bang & Olufsen... >>

Sharp launches 90-inch Aquos LED TV, biggest on sale in Europe

Sharp launches 90-inch Aquos LED TV, biggest on sale in Europe

By 18 June 2013

Sharp has announced the 90-inch LC-L90LE757 LED TV, which is the biggest commercially available LED TV set on sale in Europe. The 3D set is over 1.2 metres tall and uses a cutting-edge Xgen 3D panel. The television is of course Full HD, with a 1080p... >>


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