Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Fujitsu launches phone with Symbian and Windows 7

Fujitsu has launched a phone model, LOOX F-07C, with dual pump.The lets you choose the operating system Nokia, Symbian, or Microsoft, Windows 7. Draws attention not only this option if one operating system is not like mobile phones, and opting for Windows 7 Home Premium (32-bit) and not Windows Phone, so the slogan will highlight that mobile PC is the world's smallest Windows.

The phone features a sliding QWERTY keyboard and is equipped with an Intel Atom (1.2 GHz). Has a memory of 1 GB and 32 GB of storage. The screen is four inches and offers a full version of Microsoft Office with a two-year license. The battery life decreases dramatically when you choose to use Windows.

It promises 600 hours on standby and 370 minutes of talk time. With Windows, the length down to two hours. The camera is 5.1 megapixels and multiple connectivity options. It is marketed in Japan.

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