Fujitsu F-04B an unusual mobile phone

Published On November 13, 2009 | By Faisal Md | Mobile Phones, Video Clips

Fujitsu and the largest Japanese operator, NTT DoCoMo introduced the new phone, F-04B, which has a splits in two.

Fujitsu F-04B phone, at first glance looked like an ordinary slider, if desired, be divided into two parts: one contains a 3.4-inch touchscreen with resolution of 480×960 pixels, and most of the electronics, the second is QWERTY-keyboard and a slide-out device with numeric keypad. It is allowed communicate via a wireless Bluetooth at a distance of 10 meters.

It is interesting that calls for both modules can be used completely independently, as each has a built-in speaker and microphone.

Among other unusual features of Fujitsu F-04B is appear on the phone support GPS and HSDPA, built-in camera with a resolution of 12.2 megapixels and a connector for a Felica smart card, allows the device to act as an electronic purse payment and railway ticketing, shopping in supermarkets and vending machines.

Size of Fujitsu F-04B phone is 11.4×5.1×20.4 cm and weight is about 173g. In the standby and talk time the device is able to work out up to 600 hours and 330 minutes respectively.

In the Japanese market, the Fujitsu F-04B phone will appear in the March-April next year. Fujitsu also promises to release the phone for an additional projection module, installed in place of keyboard halves.

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Fujitsu’s Latest Cell Phone Splits in Two

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