Fujitsu To Bare Regza T-02D in Japan

Fujitsu has declared that starting July 26th, their new Toshiba Regza T-02D phone will be available from NTT DOCOMO, Inc. in Japan.

The brand names might cause confusion, but this is only because Fujitsu recently bought Toshiba’s stakes in Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications, enabling Fujitsu to own the entire Fujitsu Group subsidiary.

Going back to the device, the Regza T-02D has the New AMOLED Plus qHD capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 540 × 960 pixels and a measurement of 4.3 inches. This display is powered by the Mobile REGZA Engine 6.0, a Toshiba innovation that enhances the appearance of videos and photos onscreen. Among the features of the Mobile REGZA Engine 6.0 are a Sharpness Equalizer and Active Noise Reduction.

The device likewise has the REGZA Link Share feature which allows it to get connected with other devices that carry the same REGZA brand, such as REGZA Blu-Ray players, for instance.

Under the hood, this device sports a dual-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz. The processor’s brand is unspecified in the press release, but it is speculated to be a Qualcomm chipset that will work well with the Xi connectivity that the device also offers. Xi is NTT DOCOMO’s name for their LTE service.

Another feature is the Human Centric Engine, which detects whether the device is being held by a human or not. If it is, the device turns on. It furthermore senses the kind of lighting available and makes the necessary adjustments accordingly on the screen’s color balance settings. The feature also lets users change the screen orientation by shaking the device at least twice.

Its camera has a 13-megapixel sensor that comes with a super nighttime mode. This shooting mode is capable of cranking up the ISO level and reducing shakes and noise. A secondary camera has a 1.3-megapixel sensor.

Lastly, the device is equipped with a fingerprint sensor that may unlock the device instead of a password.

The Regza T-02D comes in pink, blue, and black. Its price is still unavailable at present.

Via engadget