Sharp, who’s responsible for the display of Nintendo’s 3DS, will be releasing their first 3D phone in December, followed by another in February (both in Japan). Both phones, known as the Galapagos OO3SH and OO5SH, will rock the Android OS with a 3.8-inch 3D touchsceen and a high resolution (8 or 9.6 megapixels) camera. Neither phone will require glasses, and will be based on the same autostereoscopic technology as the Nintendo 3DS.
Perhaps most intriguing is the announced 3D content deal with Capcom, which will let users play games from some of their most popular franchises be preloaded on the phones. 3D versions of Ghosts ‘n Goblins: Gold Knights and Resident Evil: Degeneration, which were both released last year for the iPhone, will be included on the phones. Additionally, Capcom has made a 3D version of the first Mega Man that will also be included.
Time to move to Japan.