We’ve been expecting the Sharp FX II (or FX Plus, depending on where you look) for some time now — ever since it was tipped as the Sharp ADS1 Capa for AT&T — and now the 3.2-inch Froyo slider has been fully revealed. Expected to launch any day now, this entry-level QWERTY promises a 600MHz processor, HVGA resolution, and 512MB of RAM. We’re also expecting 7.2Mbps HSDPA and just a three-megapixel camera sans flash. This should be one of the more inexpensive Android offerings on AT&T probably coming in at free on contract at launch or soon afterwards.

Sharp FX II landscape

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