Fujitsu had a pretty large booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show, despite the fact that their hardware isn’t currently available in the U.S. or Europe. Well, according to our friends at Androidpit, that’s all about to change.
Fujitsu will reportedly be showing off a new line of smartphones at Mobile World Congress next week. We’re not clear as to whether they will all be Android phones, however they already have Android smartphones and a water proof Android tablet available on Japan’s biggest carrier DoCoMo.
The Japanese manufacturer has released a picture of the very interesting looking Android phones above. There’s nothing to suggest that Fujitsu would bring anything but high specced devices. Their Honeycomb tablet had a lot of great features, like a split keyboard with drawing pad in the middle, and of course water proofing.
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There’s been no mention on what hardware specs we can expect from Fujitsu. It would be nice if they would release a quad-core phone running Ice Cream Sandwich. But it looks like we’re going to have to wait and see what they have next week.
Fujitsu isn’t the only Japanese firm hoping to broaden their market share in Europe and the U.S. Electronics giant Panasonic has already said they plan on bringing smartphones to the US. They have a really nice looking camera phone built around their Lumix line which is really more of a camera with a phone rather than a phone with a camera.
We’ll see what Fujitsu is bringing next week at Mobile World Congress and we’ll be bringing it to you live here on Thedroidguy.com and on Slacker and AOL Radio on TDGN