Fujitsu today announced that the new Windows 7 F-07C mobile phone, described by the company as "the world's smallest PC" as it fits into the palm of your hand.
The smartphone will be available in Japan from NTT DOCOMO, Inc. beginning July 23, 2011.
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's Intel Atom Z600 processor (1.20GHz, HT technology) normally operates at 600 MHz, in order to save energy resources.
Users can switch between Windows 7 PC mode and mobile phone mode with just the push of a button.
A QWERTY keyboard layout makes text input easy and a trackball and left-click button enable simple mouse-like operations. Information is displayed on the mobile phone's 4-inch (1024 x 600) LCD screen.
By hooking up a keyboard or mouse to the USB port, users can edit Office files or connect to a printer. In addition, the phone can be connected to TVs via an HDMA output connector.
Customized for the Japanese market, the device supports Osaifu-Keitai, i-mode mail, i-concier, and other services from Docomo.
Size: 125 x 61 x 19.8 mm (19.8 mm at thickest point)
Weight: 218 g (with battery pack)
Continuous Standby Time: ~600 hours in FOMA 3G
Continuous Talk Time:
~370 minutes in FOMA 3G voice mode
~170 minutes in videophone mode
Display: 4" wide SVGA touchscreen (1024 ? 600 resolution)
(rear) 5.1 megapixel effective resolution, CMOS sensor
(front) 0.32 megapixel effective resolution, CMOS sensor (0.17 megapixel in Windows 7 mode)
Windows 7 mode
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit Full Version (with SP1)
CPU: Intel Atom Z600 processor (supports HT technology) (1.20GHz)
Main memory: Comes standard with 1GB/max 1GB (LPDDR400)
SSD: ~32 GB (eMMC)
Wireless LAN: IEEE802.11b/g/n (communications speed: up to 65Mbps)
Windows 7 battery life: ~2 hours(6) in Windows 7 mode