Sharp AQUOS Crystal Smartphone

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Offering an edge-to-edge user experience thanks to the inclusion of a 131 x 67 x 10mm frameless LCD screen is the AQUOS Crystal Smartphone from Sharp. Featuring 8GB of built-in ROM alongside 1.5GB of RAM, the AQUOS Crystal boasts up to 128GB of on-board storage via its microSD card slot and includes the likes of Harmon Kardon audio, Clari-Fi technology–which improves digital sound by restoring compression–and a built-in direct wave receiver to make phone conversations as clear as possible, no matter the environment.

Furthermore, the phone’s integrated camera includes a framing advisor that instinctively compresses and structures your photos, a sequential shots feature for catching rapid movement, and the ability to automatically brighten both the subject and background at night to make dark shots easier and clearer to both capture and visualize.

Powered by Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Sprint Spark enhanced LTE capability, the Sharp AQUOS Crystal will soon be available exclusively from Sprint.


Harmon Kardon teams up with LG (Korea) to produce the Tone Infinim wireless headset


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LG has teamed up with the audio engineers at Harmon Kardon to create its new Tone Infinim wireless headset. Compatible with any Bluetooth 3.0-enabled device, the Tone Infinim boasts a sleek black and silver design with retractable earbuds and will hold a charge for 550 hours when on standby. When in use, the headset is good for 17 hours of talk time and 14 hours of audio playback, and will announce incoming caller’s names and numbers with the Name Alert function.

Look for the Tone Infinim later this summer at electronics retailers.


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Harmon Kardon teams up with LG (Korea) to produce the Tone Infinim wireless headset