Japan’s electronic giants might not be lighting up the smartphone world the way their Korean rivals are, but some technology has been blossoming over here that the larger manufacturers might like to take a peak at.
Most Softbank subscriptions lead to an iPhone, but there are a few Android models that can be picked up. The latest showcase from the provider introduced one called the Arrows A 301F from Fujitsu which has a nice little gimmick.
It offers a 5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 800 processor, and 13-megapixel camera sensor, and Fujitsu claims that it can hold three days worth of usage in a single battery charge, and a full day usage can be charged in just 10 minutes. The phone is due for release in December of this year.