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Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Sharp And Lenovo Introduce New AQUOS Models in China


Sharp is working with Lenovo to introduce new AQUOS, Android-based LCD TVs in the China market.

In an event held in Shanghai on July 9, Sharp introduced new LCD TV AQUOS products, which include 8 new AQUOS models, available in the country starting from this month. These models, include an Ultra HD TV and and a 90-inch model - both introduced for the first time to the Chinese market.





In addition, Sharp introduced new "Smart TV" models jointly developed with Lenovo. These are ranging from 80 to 46 inches and are running the Android OS, allowing Chinese users to view movies and run various applications online.


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