Made by Sharp for Softbank, the new Aquos Crystal is pushing the physical envelope of smartphone design with a “frame-less” design that’s almost all screen.
Samsung announced it broke a new record with the release of the Galaxy S5, for the fastest rollout of a single smartphone model ever. Concluding the rollout that started on April 11 is the version of the Sweet Pink version of the Galaxy S5, headed for Japan.
Who needs bezels? Or old fashioned Full HD screens? If you’re a customer of Japan’s KDDI carrier, you could be asking these very questions starting in July, when LG’s new Isai FL (LGL24) will hit the market as one of the world’s first Quad HD smartphones.
The latest Xperia Z Ultra ad that Sony is airing in Japan showcases that beautiful Full HD IPS LCD display in all its glory. Using some clever filming techniques, the ad fools the eye into believing the Z Ultra is the size of a TV.
It’s no secret that developers are trying to figure out how to make more money in the app market. As it turns out, Japan has got it figured out. Read on!
The Samsung Galaxy J has been officially announced by NTT DoCoMo, which will launch the handset in late October.
Google has now unveiled three unique Android game vending machines in Tokyo. The machines will allow folks to buy and download games using NFC-powered Android devices. Keep reading for more details!
Google now sells the new Nexus 7 in a total of seven markets, with three more to follow.
If the device is coming to Japan, and is a straight port, it should work with all major carriers. The carrier bandwidth in Japan is covered in the Nexus 4 specs currently on offer, and there is no reason to suspect they changed to suit Japan. Are you excited for a Japanese Nexus 4?
Today, it was announced through a KDDI press release that there will be an HTC J One smartphone with microSD card support. Have you been waiting for something like this?