The reason for our excitement about this one is not only that it sports a dust- and waterproof body, as most Japanese high-ends, but also a 4.6" HD display and 13.1MP camera with the mindnumbing 25600 ISO setting. With these specs the quad-core Fujitsu is likely to give whatever "premium" handset Panasonic is planning a run for its money.
The other niceties are that the handset will eventually ship directly with Android ICS, sport biometric security and long battery life is explicitly mentioned in the laundry list of features, possibly hinting at a large battery inside.
We can't wait, since Fujitsu is aiming to use the MWC expo as a springboard for an European crusade, where the goal is to corner double digit market share within a few years, but the company also said that it is evaluating how to jump into the stormy waters of the US smartphone market as well. Well, with phones like the Arrows, the product speaks for itself, but let's wait to see what exactly will get announced and at what price.