The original Sharp FX was one the best messaging phones offered by AT&T. Sharp has now decided to put Android on it and add Plus to the name. With a 3.2-inch display, a 600 MHz processor, and a 3-megapixel camera, this is definitely a low-end smartphone. However, it has a physical keyboard, which is hard to find on Android smartphones these days. Is the keyboard good enough to sway you from AT&T's other low-end Android offerings? In this video, Sydney unboxes the Sharp FX Plus and gives her first impressions of the device.