The world’s largest wireless telecommunication show called Mobile World Congress has just opened in Barcelona, Spain. There were dozens of new handsets and tablets have been introduced during the show. The event drew the attention of thousands of journalists as well as enthusiasts who want to find out the upcoming hottest smartphones, tablets and apps. Manufacturers have created strong impressions by making special smartphones which have eye-catching design and unique features. With interesting functions and strange shape, Definitely Waterproof, Sharp Lynx 3D, Sharp Touch Wood, Sharp SH-04B Q-pot and so on are considered as the coolest and strangest phones at 2011 MWC. Let’s have a look at them through the photos below.
Users will definitely like the new smartphone by Regza. The phone can be used on rainy days and even under water. The phone is also equipped with a 12-megapixel camera and NFC technology.
Sharp Touch Wood
This is the image of an attractive Touch Wood phone. The beautiful phone with a curved shape is made from wood. The phone has a basic interface but it has a pretty decent 5-megapixel camera.
Sharp SH-04B Q-pot
Sharp SH-04B Q-pot features a shape of a melting chocolate bar. However, like many others Japanese feature phones, it has a high-end 8-megapixel camera and NFC support inside.
LG L-03C is powered with a super camera including a 12.1-megapixel CCD sensor, a retractable Pentax lens, a Xenon flash, and an optical zoom of 3x. Its camera can record and shoot video in 720p.
Sharp Lynx 3D
LG declared that it was the first manufacturer to launch smartphones with 3-D display. However, the company maybe overlook the Sharp-designed Lynx 3D which was powered with a 3.8-inch display and 3-D image and a 9.6-megapixel camera.
Panasonic P-03C looks like a pocket camera with a 13-megapixel camera, a 3.3-inch display and NFC support
If you want to own a phone that looks like a cookie, Sharp SH-04C will be the most perfect choice for you. The smartphone is equipped with a 3.2-inch display, a 9.6-megapixel camera and NFC-support.
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