Disney is capitalizing on its brand in the Land of the rising Sun. The company just introduced two new Android smartphones and an internet-enabled digital picture frame. The first phone, DM010SH, is an all-touchscreen device with a 4-inch 3D-enabled qHD (540×960 pixels) touchscreen, 8-megapixel camera and 1GHz processor. The second one, DM011SH, rocks a slider form factor, 3.4-inch FWVGA (854×480 pixels) touchscreen and the same camera and processor like its non-sliding brother. Finally, that digital picture frame (DM001Photo) measures 9.4×5.6 inches and will be offered with a monthly subscription of about $11.
When it comes to availability, the DM010SH will hit the Japanese market in October, while the DM010SH and DM001Photo will start selling at some point in December. Of course, both phones will feature the familiar Disney branding along with preloaded mobile content such as wallpapers, screensavers and perhaps even some games.
It’s unclear whether Disney will ever export these two phones (and its other higher-end electronics products for that matter) outside of Japan…