Japanese smartphone consumers are a lucky bunch; as logic follows, the rest of us are not, especially if you are a big Walt Disney fan. The animation company is looking to debut two more Android smartphones under its belt, dubbed the DM011SH and the DM010SH. Don't let the "Disney" tag mislead you into thinking that these phones are not to be taken seriously - the 3D-capable DM011SH looks set to top things with a 4-inch 960 x 540 qHD touchscreen, 1GHz processor and an 8-MP camera. Its waterproof slider cousin, the DM011SH, will come with slightly toned down specs, including a 3.4-inch 854 x 480 touchscreen with identical processor and camera hardware.
Engadget - Both Android 2.3 phones come decorated with the signature insignia in tweentastic candy colors like pink and white, with a black version of the DM010SH available for more subdued Mouse House fans. Aside from the phones, Disney also outed the internet-enabled DM001Photo, a 9.4 x 5.6-inch digital picture frame for viewing pictures, videos and emails over 3G for ¥890 (or $11) a month. Although prices have yet to be finalized, the DM010SH is slated to hit the Japanese market in October, while the other two should appear on store shelves by December.