Interested in getting anoter look at the Sharp FX Plus for AT&T that we got a fuzzy peek at a couple of days ago? That's exactly what we've got for you today, as the folks at Pocketnow have gotten their mitts on the Plus's press images to give us a better look at the Froyo-powered messaging machine. It's also worth mentioning that the Sharp FX Plus is likely the Sharp Capa ASD1 that first popped up way back at the beginning of May. That means that we've got more spec details for the FX Plus to report: in addition to the features we already knew about (3.2-inch display, Android 2.2), the FX Plus could feature an HVGA resolution, 600MHz processor, 3-megapixel camera, 512MB RAM, and 7.2Mbps HSPA speeds.
Obviously the Sharp FX Plus isn't going to melt your face with raw performance, but the good news is that that means it likely won't melt your wallet with its price tag, either. Still no word on when exactly the FX Plus will be making its way to AT&T's shelves, but I wouldn't be surprised to see a launch happen sooner rather than later. When it all does finally go down, you can be sure we'll let you know.