For someone who has ever spent a good few Sunday afternoons trying to teach their foggy grans how to make a call through their cellphones, the Raku Raku Phone V should come as a much needed relief. Created by NTT DoCoMo, in cooperation with Fujitsu, the phone features a 2.8-inch widescreen main display, 2 megapixel camera and built-in GPS capabilities along with WCDMA networks, microSDHC cards, speech recognition and health tracking features via a built-in pedometer. And the best thing is it hits store starting August 1st of this year onwards, so you can actually plan to do other things than cellphone tutorials on weekends!
NTT DoCoMo set to launch senior-citizen oriented Raku Raku Phone V Aug 1
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