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This is RoBoHoN from Sharp, an adorable little robot that also happens to be a smartphone.

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He walks, talks and, yes, runs Android.

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He has a camera between his eyes, and a pico projector in his forehead.

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Thanks to two large speakers where ears should be, he can even pump out a pretty good tune.

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Sharp envisions people wearing RoBoHoN around their neck, but that seems a little uncomfortable.

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A small capacitive touch LCD is on his back.

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And yes, you can make calls with him.

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Selfies were never more fun!

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Here he is, demonstrating his Pico projector.

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Sharp will release a line of accessories, if you're keen to dress up your robot.

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He even has an adorable little case that he can slot into.

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RoBoHoN hits the Japanese market in early 2016. No word on whether he'll be available elsewhere -- but don't hold your breath.

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