Fujitsu has announced a Smartphone that far exceeds the device capabilities in this segment, namely, the ability to run on Windows Phone 7. The latest creation of those from Fujitsu is a PC in its own right, masked in a smart design.
F-07C is the most ambitious phone I’ve seen lately and is powered by an Intel Atom processor.
Specifications are not quite special for a netbook, but exceed the standards for a Smartphone. Has an Intel Atom Z600 processor at 1.2GHz, which was applied the underclock process of 600MHz, 1GB memory of LPDDR400 and the SSD of 32GB eMMC. The device runs on Windows 7 Home Premium at 32 bit. Because the x86 processor and the desktop operating system, F-07C can run on any software as well as any standard Windows PC does.
To make the phone easier to control, the LCD display of 4 inch with a resolution of 1024×600 can switch in landscape mode to reveal a QWERTY keyboard with a trackball for operations that normally require a mouse. A USB port allows you to add anything that is compatible with Windows, while the HDMI port assures a large-screen capability.
F-07C will be released in Japan later this month. Until now, Fujitsu has not announced their plans to launch the device in other markets. But I am sure we will have one of them as soon as possible.