After being officially confirmed by its maker and the NTT DoCoMo carrier, Fujitsu LOOX F-07C is now fully detailed below. We’re dealing with a dual boot phone, that runs both Symbian and Windows 7 Home Premium, in the 32 bit Japanese edition.


There’s also a sliding QWERTY keyboard with trackball included and Microsoft Office Personal 2010 bundled with the device. Here’s what the specs list of the handset is all about:

  • Display: 4 inch, LCD, 1024 x 600 pixels
  • Camera: 5MP, CMOS
  • Memory: 1GB, 32GB eMMC, microSDHC card slot
  • CPU: 1.2GHz, Intel Atom
  • Connectivity: WiFI 802.11 b/g/n

The Fujitsu smartphone comes with a battery that provides 2 hours of functioning time in Windows 7 mode and then it switches to Symbian in order to save battery. LOOX F-07C measures 19.8mm in thickness, weighs 198 grams and should cost around $865 when it debuts in Japan this summer.

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