Fujitsu had some very interesting phones and instead of letting them bask in the limelight on their booths, they were put in scary-looking torture boxes.
Let's start with the Fujitsu quad-core phone (it's still a prototype, they don't have a proper name for it). It's powered by Tegra 3 and runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The 4.6" 720p screen looks great and we managed to get a close-up.
The Fujitsu quad-core phone packs a 13.1MP camera with 1080p video recording. And, as you're about to see in a moment, the phone is quite the tough guy and doesn't mind a dip in the fish tank.
Next up is the Fujitsu ARROWS ES IS12F - it measures a mere 6.7mm, but its AMOLED screen guarded by Gorilla Glass can take a hit from a dropping metal ball and walk away. The IS12F is waterproof too. Unfortunately, this guy is heading to Japan's NTT docomo and we don't think the rest of the world will get to see it.
Another NTT docomo phone is the Fujitsu F-12C Globetrotter Classic. It looks pretty unique but it's a love it or hate it design.
A Toshiba Windows Phone IS12T (boy, those guys sure have a knack for naming their gadgets) was also part of the Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile display. It's water resistant like the others.
Finally, here's a shot that might shock gadget lovers - all these phones sleeping with the fishes. Don't worry though, as you can see all of them are doing fine despite being in a situation that would spell the end of most pieces of fine machinery.