Disney Android Phone releases in Japan

Disney Mobile has released their first Android-powered smartphone in Japan through Softbank Mobile stores earlier this month.

Walt's top of the line, the DM010SH handset packs features that would, surprisingly, put many phones in the UK market to shame.  Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), 4-inch 960 x 540 qHD display with 3D support, a 1GHz processor, and the usual suspects: 3G data, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and microSD card slot, and an 8 megapixel camera.

Available in Classic White and Pink, Disney has avoided the subtle route and just branded every possible aspect they could.  A company logo below the earpiece, the signature mouse ears that replace the home button icon, the default Snow White 3D wallpaper (we'd prefer Lion King), and the D-Market, where you can load up your device with Disney-branded mail, calendar, photo, calculator and pedometer apps, and we thought the world was fine with Disney Watch faces on your iPod Nano. 

You will never see these in the UK as western attempts at creating mobile phones were created and shot down rather quickly between 2006 and 2007.  But if you're desparate to go via the import route, it can fit your Heigh-Ho lifestyle rather nicely.  See a video below from Engadget.