Summary: For a free smartphone, the FX Plus provides basic Android functionality at a low cost. Texting-crazy teens looking for their first smartphone will certainly prefer the better keyboard, 4G speeds, and bolder colors of the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G. Sure, those looking for an inexpensive device on AT&T with a physical keyboard plus access to popular Android apps could settle for the FX Plus.
Pros: Free, Slim design, Physical keyboard
Cons: Slow performance, Small screen, Stiff keys, Short battery life, Sluggish 3G data speeds, Unimpressive camera
Summary: The Sharp FX Plus may look like the Sidekick, but it's not even close. That being said, as long as you have reasonable expectations and know what you're buying (a low-end smartphone), then you won't be too disappointed. Sharp has improved several aspects from the original FX, namely, the keyboard and the camera. On the other hand, it's hard to get past the display - its texture and unresponsiveness.
Pros: Excellent physical keyboard; surprisingly good camera quality; slimmed-down, sleek design; Sharp's UI adds just enough to keep it interesting.
Cons: Low screen quality results in a rough texture and unresponsiveness; slow processor performance; terrible video capture quality.
Summary: Sharp FX Plus è uno smartphone equipaggiato con sistema operativo Android, display da 3,2 pollici, processore da 600 Mhz, 2 GB di memoria interna e una tastiera fisica full QWERTY con apertura a scorrimento