Fujitsu, a hardware and IT giant is launching a Windows 7 phone. It is to be noted that it doesn’t run on Windows phone 7 OS. It will run on a Japanese edition of Windows® 7 Home Premium 32 bit Full Version (with SP1). Cool isn’t it. It means that this phone is a smallest size PC running Windows 7 OS.
As shown in below given screenshot, this phone works in two mode, mobile mode and a Windows 7 mode. User can switch to one mode to another by just a push of a button. No doubt a great concept by Fujitsu engineers.
Here are some of the top features of this mobile device:
- Intel® Atom™ Z600 processor (supports HT technology) (1.20GHz)
- It supports Osaifu-Keitai®, i-mode mail, i-concier®, and other services from Docomo.
- It has a security feature like Omakase Lock®.
- Equipped with latest Internet Explorer 9 browser.
- 4-inch (1024 × 600) high-resolution LCD screen.
- Comes with two-year Microsoft® Office Personal 2010 license.
- Wireless LAN: IEEE802.11b/g/n (communications speed: up to 65Mbps).
- Windows® 7 battery life: ~2 hours in Windows® 7 mode.
This phone is a nice experiment by Fujitsu, but we have to see the consumers response as Windows 7 in such a small screen is absolutely difficult to use. The phone is going to release on 23rd of July in Japan.