Sharp plans an year end international launch of a smartphone featuring a 3D panel that can be viewed without special glasses, a spokeswoman said. "The smartphone will utilize same technology that's behind Nintendo 3DS. It'll also have a 3D capable camera, able to take pictures and video in 3D to be viewed on compatible devices."
Sharp unveiled its 3D panel technology, suitable for small screens such as those on mobile phones and portable game consoles, in April.
It'll not be the first 3D phone to release however, with Hitachi announcing earlier this year that the KDDI Japanese carrier and NTT docomo will utilize this prototype 3D display.