Fujitsu Arrows A outed with three days battery claim, 10-minute charge and fingerprint unlock
posted by Daniel P. / Sep 30, 2013, 4:14 AM
IGZO display panel, or power draw optimizations that Fujitsu calls "human-centric engine", but the company also says that the juicer can be topped up for a full day of use in just 10 minutes.The Android handset sports top-shelf specs like a 5" Full HD display, Snapdragon 800 processor and a 13 MP rear camera. The kicker is that Fujitsu claims it will last you three days on a charge, while the thin device only sports a 2600 mAh battery. We don't know whether the claim is due to an eventual frugal
We'd assume this is done via a high-power AC adapter, and indeed Fujitsu lists "dedicated" power brick and dock that come with the handset, just like Sony's claims for half an hour phone charging are only valid with a special adapter. Still, being able to plug the phone, drink your coffee and walk away with a whole day worth of charge, is a noble idea worth exploring by other phone makers, too.
The list doesn't stop here, though, as the camera sports optical image stabilization and the back of the phone houses a fingerprint sensor, just like with the HTC One Max phablet, though the one here oddly reminds us of the round Touch ID scanner of Apple in the new iPhone 5s. Sounds like a pretty complete package, too bad it's unlikely to see the light of day outside of Japan.
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An Android device with a X-Trans camera Sensor ? One thing is that those popular camera makers (Nikon, Canon, Futjisu and normally Sony but Sony f*cks up to much) will have a good chance versus Samsung and iPhone if they manage to bring their DSLR image quality to mobile phones !
posted on Sep 30, 2013, 4:31 AM 0
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Goodbye whole Galaxy line-up. Only if this one is International
posted on Sep 30, 2013, 4:33 AM 4
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lol dont know much about this stuff do ya? Its going to cost about 900 bucks USD since it wont be international they rarely are since japan has its own needs and capabilities its devices most countries dont need
posted on Sep 30, 2013, 9:06 AM 1
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Shades of Galaxy S3 in that design...
posted on Sep 30, 2013, 4:48 AM 7
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I agree. plastic, rounded corners, and a screen in the front... but then again no physical home button on the bottom, power and volume buttons together on the same side. Also looks like no flash but a speaker and a microphone side s by side on the back.
posted on Sep 30, 2013, 8:15 AM 0
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I have a faster way of charging a phone... Its for phones with removable batteries though, it takes like 10 secs: swap the drained one for a fully charged one! Call me Einstein
posted on Sep 30, 2013, 4:49 AM 9
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So Einstein how long would it take to charge the one you swap out?
posted on Sep 30, 2013, 10:55 AM 1
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This phone may be the beginning of the answer to our prayers (the day battery tech will finally catch up with the others). We will probably see 3.0ghz octane cores next year,but all they do is increase the battery size. How about improving on the technology?
posted on Sep 30, 2013, 12:17 PM 0
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