Japanese company Sharp introduces walking robot smartphone called RoboHon

By: | Published: October 6, 2015 8:00 PM

Japanese electronics company Sharp has announced a bipedal robot smartphone called RoboHon.

Japanese electronics company Sharp has announced a bipedal robot smartphone called RoboHon.

According to the Verge, RoboHon, designed by prominent creator Tomotaka Takahashi, is an eight-inch-high robot with a two-inch screen on the back and a camera and projector built into its face.

The robot phone can walk, talk, dance and connects to 4G LTE.

RoboHon is capable of identifying people by their face or voice, and will act accordingly, telling them they have a new message or to smile for the camera.

Sharp says that it will be releasing RoboHon in the first half of next year. Pricing of the phone has not been announced yet.

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