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Fujitsu’s latest Arrows Tab packs a multi-user fingerprint reader

Fujitsu's latest Arrows Tab packs 2,560 x 1,600 display, fingerprint reader

For Fujitsu, fingerprint readers on smartphones are old hat; on Android tablets, however, they’re still rare. The company should make those sensors easier to find with its latest Arrows Tab, the FJT21. The 10.1-inch slate uses its fingerprint reader to streamline Android 4.2′s multi-user support, signing anyone in with a swipe. Families can also implement both a simple mode for newcomers and a content-restricted kids’ mode. Fujitsu isn’t leaning solely on sign-in technology to sell its tablet, though. The FJT21 centers on a 2,560 x 1,600 LCD with Gorilla Glass 3 protection; under the hood, there’s a fast 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 1.3-megapixel front camera and 64GB of expandable storage. Japan’s KDDI will ship an LTE-equipped version of the new Arrows Tab in late November. Sadly, it’s doubtful that we’ll see an equivalent model reach the US.

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ARROWS μ F-07D: Fujitsu’s Android Phone Is Waterproof And 6.7mm Thin, Comes With 4-Inch OLED

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The Infobar C01 from yesterday was a bit too much for you? Not to worry, Japan still produces “ordinary” Android phones: Fujitsu’s ARROWS μ F-07D [JP], which mobile carrier NTT Docomo plans to start selling this Friday, is the newest example.

It doesn’t look as unique as the Infobar, but the list of specs is long and pretty impressive:

  • Android 2.3
  • 4-inch OLED with 480×800 resolution (Gorilla Glass)
  • 5MP CMOS camera
  • waterproof body that’s just 6.7mm thick (iPhone 4: 9.3mm)
  • MSM8255 Snapdragon processor (1.4GHz)
  • 512MB RAM
  • 1GB ROM
  • DLNA/DTCP-IP support
  • e-wallet function (NFC)
  • infrared connection
  • digital TV tuner
  • microSDHC slot
  • 1,400mAh battery
  • Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
  • Wi-Fi (tethering for up to 8 devices)
  • size: 127×64×6.7mm, weight: 105g

NTT Docomo will be offering the handset in “Sapphire Black” only.



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Fujitsu Arrows ES IS12F coming to Japan next year: thick name, thin phone

KDDI‘s au network in Japan has revealed that it’ll be stocking the slender Fujitsu Arrows ES IS12F starting January 2012. Fujitsu fans may recall seeing a very similar handset with the same (mostly) 6.7mm profile when NTT DoCoMo’s version sashayed into those stuffy FCC offices. The phone runs on a single core processor, which is responsible for powering the image-stabilizing five megapixel camera and Gingerbread OS. The 4-inch, 480 x 800 AMOLED screen is cocooned in the same water resistant armor found on other Arrows devices, helping to protect those essential keitai functions like the One-Seg digital TV tuner and IR receiver. The skinny smartphone will go on sale in both black and red options on KIDDI, while NTT DoCoMo customers will have to settle for black.

Fujitsu Arrows ES IS12F coming to Japan next year: thick name, thin phone originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 05 Dec 2011 11:10:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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ARROWS ES: Fujitsu’s Android Phone Is Just 6.7MM Thick And Waterproof, Boasts 4-Inch NEW AMOLED Display

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No doubt, Japan is on its way to becoming Android country. The newest alternative for the 100+ million mobile subscribers in the country is Fujitsu-Toshiba’s ARROWS ES IS12F, which was announced [JP] by major telco KDDI au today. Their biggest selling point is that the handset is just 6.7mm thick.

Fujitsu-Toshiba is still a bit slow on bringing their (mostly) awesome Android phones to North America and other places, but my guess is next year, we’ll be seeing more handsets from Japan in the global market.

Looking at the feature set of the ARROWS ES IS12F, it may actually make sense:

  • Android 2.3.5 OS
  • 4-inch NEW AMOLED display with 480×800 resolution and 100,000:1 contrast ratio
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8655 CPU (1.4Ghz)
  • 512MB RAM
  • 1GB ROM
  • waterproof body (IPX5/IPX8)
  • 5MP CMOS camera
  • IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
  • DLNA support
  • e-wallet function (NFC)
  • infrared connection
  • digital TV tuner
  • microSDHC slot
  • English/Japanese menu
  • size: 64×127×6.7mm, weight: 105g

The ARROWS ES IS12F is expected to hit Japanese stores next month with an open price model.



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ARROWS ES: Fujitsu’s Android Phone Is Just 6.7MM Thick And Waterproof, Boasts 4-Inch NEW AMOLED Display

arrows feat

No doubt, Japan is on its way to becoming Android country. The newest alternative for the 100+ million mobile subscribers in the country is Fujitsu-Toshiba’s ARROWS ES IS12F, which was announced [JP] by major telco KDDI au today. Their biggest selling point is that the handset is just 6.7mm thick.

Fujitsu-Toshiba is still a bit slow on bringing their (mostly) awesome Android phones to North America and other places, but my guess is next year, we’ll be seeing more handsets from Japan in the global market.

Looking at the feature set of the ARROWS ES IS12F, it may actually make sense:

  • Android 2.3.5 OS
  • 4-inch NEW AMOLED display with 480×800 resolution and 100,000:1 contrast ratio
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8655 CPU (1.4Ghz)
  • 512MB RAM
  • 1GB ROM
  • waterproof body (IPX5/IPX8)
  • 5MP CMOS camera
  • IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
  • DLNA support
  • e-wallet function (NFC)
  • infrared connection
  • digital TV tuner
  • microSDHC slot
  • English/Japanese menu
  • size: 64×127×6.7mm, weight: 105g

The ARROWS ES IS12F is expected to hit Japanese stores next month with an open price model.



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ARROWS Kiss F-03D: Fujitsu Japan Rolls Out “Women-Only” Android Handset

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It’s not the first cell phone that has been designed specifically for women, but it’s certainly one of the most interesting, as far as features and specs are concerned. Fujitsu’s so-called ARROWS Kiss F-03D for the Japanese market runs on Android 2.3, is targeted at women aged between 20 and 30, and comes with “elegant and glimmering jewelry design”.

The area around the “gem-cut” buttons on the front starts lighting up in one of 23 illumination patterns when users receive a call or message. Fujitsu also provides a small stylus that’s supposed to make it easier to write Japanese characters. The Kiss F-03D is waterproof (and ready for use in the bathtub), too.

Users can choose between a set of different fonts, icons, and wallpapers. They can decorate pictures with a “special photo enhancement function”, control their body posture with a special app, or optimize their sleep with the Sukkiri Alarm app (which wakes them up when sleep is detected to be at its lightest point).

Spec-wise, buyers get a 3.7-inch TFT screen with 480 × 800 resolution, a single-core CPU with 1.5Ghz, 1GB RAM, an 8MP outer camera, a 1.3MP inner camera, a microSDHC slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, infrared, a digital TV tuner, e-wallet function, wireless charging (Qi) support, etc.

The Kiss F-03D goes on sale in Japan on Friday with an open price model.



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Fujitsu Arrows F-07D nabs ‘thinnest smartphone’ title, Droid Razr retorts: ‘real phones have (some) curves’

Do you see that? It’s the Fujitsu Arrows F-07D. Unlike some phones we won’t mention, it doesn’t boast about being the world’s thinnest (and it doesn’t come with a 10.6mm hump at one end). No, this telephone is 6.7mm all the way along — so svelte the brave boys at the FCC probably had to pop next door to borrow a ruler that measures things that small. The 109-gram device has a measly 4-inch 800 x 480 OLED display and a five megapixel camera, but you might have noticed that it’s also quite thin. NTT DoCoMo’s newest telephone also crams in a FOMA module, making it capable of HSPA-level 14Mb/s download speeds. Just be careful it doesn’t blow away in the wind — personally, we’ve always preferred smartphones that give us a little something to hold onto.

Fujitsu Arrows F-07D nabs ‘thinnest smartphone’ title, Droid Razr retorts: ‘real phones have (some) curves’ originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 21 Nov 2011 20:51:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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ARROWS Z: Fujitsu-Toshiba Outs Waterproof Android Phone With Wimax, 13MP Camera

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It will probably take a few more months until Japan’s five major cell phone makers really start shipping smartphones to the US and other regions, but in their home market, all signs point to an Android future.

Japan’s second biggest carrier KDDI au, for example, unveiled [JP] a total of six new Android phones for its winter line-up today, and Fujitsu-Toshiba Mobile’s ARROWS Z ISW11F is probably the most interesting model.

The device comes with the following features:

  • Android 2.3.5
  • 4.3-inch LCD display with 1,280×720 resolution
  • Wimax
  • Wi-fi IEEE802.11b/g/n (tethering is possible)
  • waterproof body
  • 13MP CMOS camera (Exmor R for mobile, ISO25600)
  • 1.3MP sub camera
  • 1080p video recording
  • dual-core TI OMAP4430 CPU (1.2GHz)
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8GB ROM
  • HDMI interface, microSDHC card slot (32GB max.), microUSB port
  • Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
  • infra-red
  • e-wallet function
  • digital TV tuner
  • GSM, CDMA
  • size: 64×128×10.1mm, weight: 131g

KDDI plans to start offering the ARROWS Z ISW11F to subscribers in Japan in November.



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Fujitsu’s waterproof Arrows Tab LTE F-01D to launch on DoCoMo next month

First rule of expensive electronics 101 is don’t get’em wet. For the Japanese, however, a waterproof gadget option’s a welcome value-add to time spent soaking in that ofuro. We first got a sneak peek at DoCoMo’s H2O-resistant LTE Fujitsu tablet just last week, and now the company’s making the announcement official. Joining the Arrows Tab LTE F-01D on the carrier’s new 4G Xi (read: Crossy) network is our good Samsung friend, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE SC-01D. Both slates are set to hit the operator’s Japanese airwaves next month, with Sammy’s bowing in early October and Fujitsu’s model landing a few weeks later. While we’re already privy to all the internal guts and glory of the former tab, we finally have some spec confirmation on the Arrows. The 10.1-incher boasts a WXGA display, dual-core processor running Android 3.2, 1.3 megapixel front-facing / 5 megapixel rear camera setup, up to 32GB of storage and that ever useful waterproofing. Try not to be too jealous, statesiders — there’s always that glimmer of FCC filing hope.

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Fujitsu’s waterproof Arrows Tab LTE F-01D to launch on DoCoMo next month originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 08 Sep 2011 18:14:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Fujitsu’s waterproof Arrows Tab LTE F-01D to launch on DoCoMo next month

First rule of expensive electronics 101 is don’t get’em wet. For the Japanese, however, a waterproof gadget option’s a welcome value-add to time spent soaking in that ofuro. We first got a sneak peek at DoCoMo’s H2O-resistant LTE Fujitsu tablet just last week, and now the company’s making the announcement official. Joining the Arrows Tab LTE F-01D on the carrier’s new 4G Xi (read: Crossy) network is our good Samsung friend, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE SC-01D. Both slates are set to hit the operator’s Japanese airwaves next month, with Sammy’s bowing in early October and Fujitsu’s model landing a few weeks later. While we’re already privy to all the internal guts and glory of the former tab, we finally have some spec confirmation on the Arrows. The 10.1-incher boasts a WXGA display, dual-core processor running Android 3.2, 1.3 megapixel front-facing / 5 megapixel rear camera setup, up to 32GB of storage and that ever useful waterproofing. Try not to be too jealous, statesiders — there’s always that glimmer of FCC filing hope.

Continue reading Fujitsu’s waterproof Arrows Tab LTE F-01D to launch on DoCoMo next month

Fujitsu’s waterproof Arrows Tab LTE F-01D to launch on DoCoMo next month originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 08 Sep 2011 18:14:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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