At the MWC 2012, the Japanese firm Fujitsu has surfaced a set of waterproof cell phones. The company earlier appeared in headlines with some waterproof gadgets at CES 2012. This is the way Fujitsu has chosen to stand out in the jam-packed handset market. In a new development, it has now tied up with Toshiba to embed its multimedia capabilities to its new line of waterproof gadgets.
The Arrows ES is Fujitsu’s notable waterproof cell phone from CES 2012. The device challenges the thinnest smartphone in the world, the Huawei Ascend P1 S with a slim body. When the P1 S touts 6.68mm slimness, the ES has a 6.70 mm body.
The first Fujitsu product in association with Toshiba is a Windows Phone 7.5 handset, which was surfaced at MWC. The anonymous yellow finish handset comes up with a 1GHz single core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8655 processor, 32GB of internal storage and 1460 mAh battery. Apart from the waterproof factor, a 13.2-megapixel rear camera makes it a noteworthy device.
‘Regza Phone’ is yet another MWC 2012 waterproof handset from Fujitsu. As its name suggests, it is yet another Toshiba co-production. This Japan-only handset will highlight a fingerprint sensor and a 13.1 megapixel rear camera.
Fujitsu is in intense labors for some competitive products to stay alive in global mobile market with its new waterproof handsets. The smartphone market is highly crowded with products from a huge variety of tech makers. It is here the Japanese brand exerts to become different from others. Indeed, Fujitsu raises stiff challenge to other tech makers like Huawei, which recently launched some waterproof gadgets.