Every season Japanese mobile providers release a set of new portable devices directed at the internal market. This year’s summer launch is aimed at a broad audience, showcasing features both for smart-phone first timers and technology-focused existing users. Not surprisingly, all of the presented devices boast 2,000 mAh plus batteries, quad core CPU, LTE compatibility and are equipped with NFC facilitating contact-less payment systems.
Included in the lineup was Fujitsu newest addition to ARROWS family, Japan exclusive NX F-06E. Launched on the 7th of June, it is packed with innovative and extra convenient solutions. Those who are always on the run will appreciate single-handed operations functionality, uncommon for handsets with 5.2-inch display. Here it was achieved via slide display, sliding launcher and hand-written input that allows users to choose their favourite keyboard. A tech savvy user will definitely make a use of Advanced Human Centric Engine customising the phone according to preferred power-saving settings, optimal screen brightness and reduced blue light emissions. Other interesting features include smart fingerprint sensor and flip to switch allowing a speedy access to unlock the phone and change to silent mode.
This high-tech Android-based handset is not only design and functionality oriented but thanks to Full HD broadcast, offers the same viewing quality as digital terrestrial TV. The addition of Dolby Digital Plus, specially designed to view next-generation multimedia content, introduces a unique audio experience. It is one of the key features seeing as thanks to Tuxera exFAT, Fujitsu ARROWS users can enjoy all of their digital content without having to worry about exceeding their phone storage. With microSD card support, the handset memory capacity can be extended up to 128 GB.
Japan is among Developed East Asian countries, which have the highest level of software innovation and mobile adoption in the world. It is home to 20 million active Android and iOS users, most of whom are early adopters. No wonder Asia is region number one for Tuxera.