I'm a bit of a collector of all things gadgety....Unable to resist I purchased an f-07c direct from Japan. It does indeed run Windows 7 and it is one of my prized possessions. Unfortunately it's not practical, the Atom processor clocks down to 500Mhz when the phone is running off battery power and is not in its docking station (a $200 option). This is probably due to a combination of the battery only running it in windows mode for about 30 minutes, and the rather amusing fact the docking station is equiped with a fan. A magnifying glass also comes in handy.
Could you just please not keep it in the Japanese Territory and release it globally ? We will be eagerly waiting for this Phone. It is just Fabulous. A Face Palm on Nokia's decision to dump Symbian. they forgot Symbian's Biggest Quality - Low Battery Consumption and fast processing over low grade hardwares.
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2011HTC already gave us the awesome HD2 which is capable of all these OSHD2 is not full Windows 7 capable - only mobile version.
Pls when this phone is launched, kindly let the African continent also have access to it. I pressume the phone is a masterpiece. Thank you for your consideration
X86 in my pocket? Do want! :D
And YES I'm also curious about the battery life of this beast.
when we can taste all os in one phone.. android, ios, wp7, symbian, bada. there will a great phone ever..haha
Just for the people who obviously don't get it, judging from various comments... this beast boots Symbian and Windows 7, NOT Windows Phone 7. Fujistsu stuck an Intel Atom cpu in there, that's x86 architecture! Get it now??
[deleted post]You mean the most popular Os in the world currentely as well as one of the most secure ones if the users take the necesary precautions right?
Why not Android for 'power mode' and Symbian for 'eco mode'? Windows 7 is too damn complex for such a tiny device!
Spariant, 17 May 2011i just fail to understand why such phones have not been popular and why no main stream company... moreThe problem is the following: All the Japanese phone makers makes phones for their country. They don't want yet to enter in global markets.
GSMarena you post about this Fujitsu phone but you missed out smartphones made by NEC(medias) and Sharp(Lynx, Galapagos, Aqous 12C) all of this Sharp smartphones were 3D...
you are gsmarena... on the site itself gsmarena you will only feature gsm phones??? am I correct or you hate the japanese cool and high tech phones... ?