Fujitsu's debut at the European smartphone market will include a
model based on Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 processor
sample units to be demonstrated at Fujitsu's booth at Mobile
World Congress 2012.
The new smartphone boasts a quad-core CPU and features long
battery life and high-bandwidth to download videos and games.
Fujitsu said the smartphone was designed "in response to the
spread of LTE, WiMAX, and other high-speed communications
networks," and it will offer users content and speeds
comparable to that of video game consoles.
Fujitsu has focused its development efforts on producing the
"world's easiest-to-use" smartphones. Based on Fujitsu's
"Human-Centric Technology" concept, the company aims to
position smartphones as a close-at-hand tool that supports
people's everyday activities. By leveraging a broad range of
proprietary cutting-edge technologies, from semiconductors to
supercomputers, Fujitsu looks to bring to fruition its vision
of Human-Centric Technology.
As demonstrated by the company's Raku-Raku (easy-to-use)
mobile phone series, which recently broke past a milestone of
20 million units sold in Japan, Fujitsu has focused on
developing a portfolio of universal design technologies that
make smartphones easier to view, easier to hear, and easier to
use when speaking. The company has also brought to bear its
The new Fujitsu handset is based on the NVIDIA Tegra 3
quad-core processor running at 1.5Ghz (max). Nvidia's chip
also features a fifth "companion" core designed to require
little power. "companion" core along with 12 GPU cores (ULP
Geforce architecture). According to Nvidia, the Tegra 3
processor provides up to 3x the graphics performance of Tegra
2, and up to 61 percent lower power consumption. This
translates into a 12 hours of battery life for HD video
Fujitsu's phone is also featuring a 4.6-inche display, a 13.1
megapixels camera, it is equipped with a fingerprint sensor
and runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS.