Fujitsu's Flagship Android Phone Demonstrated at MWC on Video

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  1. dgstorm

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    Ever since CES we have had some hints of a powerful and feature rich phone coming from Fujitsu. Today the new phone was demoed on video at Mobile World Congress. Just as a recap, here are the specs of this amazing looking phone:
    • 4.6-inch 1080p display
    • NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core CPU
    • Camera resolution: 13.1 megapixels
    • Water-resistant and dust-resistant
    • Equipped with fingerprint sensor
    • OS: Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
    The fingerprint scanner is designed to help lock down certain corporate apps, so that could give this device some extra market appeal. The phone will also come with Fujitsu’s NX UI skin. While this is likely disappointing to some, it is pretty much to be expected with most manufacturers today. Additionally, the phone will come with some post-processing functionality to go along with the massive 13MP camera. If this phone ends up packing as much quality of construction as it does quantity of features, then we might just see a new Android OEM rise to challenge the others. It will likely come to Japan this summer.

    The only bad news is that Fujitsu is currently negotiating with carriers in Europe, China, and the U.S., but the device won't likely come to those locations until the 4th quarter. Check out the video above and sound off in the forums what you think of this device. Here's the full press release below:

    Source: TalkAndroid
     
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    It will be a superb smart phone. I think there are lot of quad core phones come this year. Hope they have super smart battery. Another new i saw that there are water proof phones also coming soon.
     
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    No mention of HDMI out? All go and no show, kinda ugly lol
     
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    The irony is if you drop it in the pool or the toilet, the electronics will survive but the screen will probably shatter.
     
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    Have the phone makers given-up on DLNA?

    Not that I've seen much use for video out on a phone, but since I can't get HBO Go on my tv or PS3, it would be nice to be able to beam it over wifi from my phone. Then again, neither my tv or PS3 are DLNA compatabile, I don't think.
     
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    I'm just looking forward to making calls while in the shower! ;)
     
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