The headline is Innocomm’s promise. Its upcoming Shark Android smartphone will have the performance of the Nexus One but at a much lower price when it launches in May or June. In fact, the 3.2″ LCD (800 x 480) Shark will likely be free with multi-year contract from select carriers.

This demo is pretty cool. I like the design, and although the CPU is unknown, it seems snappy. However, the choice of music could hardly be worse :(

It takes Asian companies to show the world that powerful smartphones do not have to cost $529 - $600. More competition usually benefits the consumer. If Innocomm can supply the impressive looking Shark at a price that is appreciably lower than the Droid/Nexus One and even the HTC Legend, then the number of Android adopters will surely proliferate. One of the biggest selling points of the Shark is its built-in analogue TV tuner. Innocomm is already planning on offering a version with a digital TV tuner later this year.

- 3.2″ (800 x 480) Touch Capacitive LCD
- 8 Megapixel Camera with Flash
- 3.5mm Jack, microSD Slot
- GPS, 3G, HSPA, Wireless G, Bluetooth 2.0.
- 115 x 58 x 12.5 mm
- Analog TV Receiver

Source: Computerworld

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