Atmel touch controller used in Sharp smartphones

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Dec 14, 2010

Atmel has announced that Sharp has selected its Maxtouch mXT224 touch controller to power the SH8128U smartphone.

Atmel's Maxtouch solution will offer Sharp SH8128U smartphone users the ability to reject unintended touches, more precise touch performance and better battery life for an overall better user experience.

Available in the China market today, the Sharp smartphone runs on Tapas OS - an operating system based on Android that is optimised for the Chinese Network.

The Sharp SH8128U smartphone with a 3.5in 480 x 800 pixels WVGA touchscreen display is available through China Telecom.

This smartphone also includes Bluetooth, WLAN, microSD card slot and a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with flash.

The Atmel Maxtouch devices support an unlimited number of touches to enhance the user experience.

In addition, Atmel Maxtouch devices offer smartphones, tablets, netbooks, mobile internet devices and other application users advanced touch functionality, including built-in gestures and the ability to ignore unintentional touches to make the user interface more intuitive, satisfying and reliable.

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