The innovative folks of NTT DoCoMo have showcased some pretty interesting devices lately, among which there’s also a brand new projector phone, that’s also modular. Dubbed “Separate Keitai F-04B”, this handset is made by Fujitsu and will probably reach the Japanese market soon.



The phone is able to separate into a display and keyboard unit and these pieces will communicate via Bluetooth. Connect them and you get a device that behaves like a QWERTY slider. We also have to mention that the display unit includes the main board and communication chip, plus the app processor and a 3.4 inch touch LCD.

NTT DoCoMo’s device also packs a pico projector unit (DLP projector with LED source), with a 854 x 480 pixels resolution, 6 lumens and a 800 mAh battery. The projector will be sold separately.

[via IntoMobile]

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