Aquos 104SH | Sharp
The firmware for Samsung's Galaxy S III has leaked a little over a week ahead of the device's release, including an APK of Siri competitor S Voice.
Sharp is posting a record 376 billion yen loss for fiscal 2011. It expects TV production to fall nearly twenty percent in 2012.
Domestic sales of Japanese cellphones fell by more than 11 percent, reports Nikkei. Handsets from foreign companies make up nearly 60 percent of the market there.
Sharp has announced plans to upgrade its high-end Aquos smartphones to Android 4.0 and will release its first device preloaded with the OS towards the end of February in Japan.