KDDI claims that the new phone offers smooth and easy operation as well as a 13.2 megapixels camera and 32 GB of internal memory, all packed into a compact size.
The smartphone allows users to read and edit Microsoft Office documents and store and share data through Windows Live SkyDrive, a free-of-charge cloud service operated by Microsoft. Smooth web browsing ensured by the Internet Explorer 9.
Last week, Fujitsu also announced the Windows 7 F-07C mobile phone, that is currently available in Japan from NTT DOCOMO, Inc. The device is equipped with basic PC functionality, including Windows 7, an Intel Atom processor, a two-year Microsoft Office Personal 2010 license, Adobe Flash Player, Silverlight and the latest version of Windows Internet Explorer 9. This means that it can be fully used as a PC. The phone is also powered by an Intel Atom Z600 processor (1.20GHz, HT technology) and it has a 4" SVGA touchscreen (1024 x 600 resolution) display.
|Manufacturer||Fujitsu Mobile Communications Toshiba Corporation|
|Communication Systems||CDMA 1x EV-DO Rev.A (WIN HIGH SPEED)|
|Size||Approximately 59 (W) × 118 (H) × 10.6 (D) mm (13.3mm thickest part).|
|Weight (with battery)||Approximately 113g|
|Continuous Standby Time||Approximately 280 hours|
|Charging time||Approximately 160 minutes when AC, DC-Approximately 240 minutes|
|Talk time||Approximately 400 minutes|
|Color||Citrus, magenta, black|
|Screen size||3.7 inches|
|External Interface||micro USB|