Fujitsu was talked about recently for their very slim 6.7mm smartphone, but that record in waistline was surpassed by Huawei this week, when they unveiled at CES a thinner handset. Now, Fujitsu must innovate in other areas, that’s why they also brought at CES a bunch of waterproof phones from the Arrows series.


These models are also dust resistant and they have pretty reasonable specs. I’m curious if “waterproof” here means that you can splash the phone a bit, or that you can drown it in the bath tub. The smartphone measures 10.1mm in thickness, features a 1.2GHz dual core processor, Android 2.3 as the OS and a 4.3 inch HD 720p display also included among the specs. The usual Bluetooth, WiFi and 1GB of RAM are also available here, plus 8GB of ROM and a microSD card slot.

The main appeal of the device is a 13.1 megapixel camera that does great photos, thanks to an Exmor sensor that gets rid of the possible noise. Quick shooting is also available on the photo side of things. The device comes in black, white, blue and pink and maybe it will leave Japan and land in the USA and Europe at some point.

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