Fujitsu, a Japanese mobile phone manufacturer, reportedly plans to blow the roof off MWC show, when it formally launches its latest smartphone, which is said to be powered by quad core Tegra 3 processor.
Whopping a 13.1-megapixel back snapper, the smartphone will feature a 4.6-inch display and Android 4.0/Ice Cream Sandwich in tow. This monster is said to gain on water and dust-resistant protection and Fingerprint sensor technology. The smartphone is expected to be quad core Tegra 3 powered processor clocking at 1.5GHz. The phone will also have a long battery life and access to high-speed networks such as LTE to handle heavy data loads.
Fujitsu was supposed to unveil the device at CES in January; but the thing is, it didn’t. However, Panasonic recently unveiled its new Eluga smartphone with waterproof technology. And many manufacturers such as LG, HTC and Huawei also plan to reveal their devices with quad core processor. But with a monster camera, processor and OS, Fujitsu seems to be hero among all.
Unfortunately, we don’t have much hardware and software details regarding this new mobile, but we should have some strong information when it makes its debut at MWC show, which kicks off Feb 27, that we’re waiting to share with you guys.