Innocomm today launched Android powered ‘Shark’ smartphone at Computex. It features a 3.2 inch WVGA (800×480) display, capacitive touchscreen, 8 megapixel autofocus camera, 3.5G connectivity, Wi-Fi and analog TV.
The Shark’s analog TV feature provides consumers with mobile access to the same free-to-air television programming that they view on conventional TV sets.
Innocomm is targetting Asia, Latin America and parts of Europe for the sale of ‘Shark’. There is no word on pricing but Innocomm is in talks with operators.
“We expect the phone’s price and feature profile to appeal to operators seeking to add 3.5G Android smartphones to their portfolio and to leverage 3G as a strategic growth platform,” said Paul Wang, President at Innocomm. “The combination of analog TV with Android’s feature-rich platform allows us to deliver both operator and consumer extraordinary value in markets in Asia, Latin America and parts of Europe.”