Sharp Will Manufacture The New Danger HipTop

Posted: Jul 25 2004, 12:27pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:44pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Sharp will manufacture the new Danger HipTop
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Unreleased Danger HipTop II Silcon Valley's Mobile Phone Start-up Danger Inc. announces partnership with Sharp to manufacture their Danger devices in large quantities.

The Danger HipTop also known as the T-Mobile Sidekick is currently sold in the USA. A new version was shown at the 3GSM tradeshow this year (see the famous The Register Hand-drawing of the new Danger HipTop).

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The Press-release outlines that based upon the license of Danger's hardware reference design and client software, Sharp will manufacture, market and distribute jointly-developed products that connect to Danger's service infrastructure ­ Danger's hosted client-server technology which optimizes the transfer of data over wireless networks, resulting in a compelling user experience and efficient use of network resources.

What it means is Danger is focusing on innovation and Sharp is taking care that enough hand-sets are available for consumers not only in the USA. This deal is something Neonode for instance could also need for their device.

More details in Danger Press-Release.

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