The above is an artist's mockup and does not necessarily reflect the final retail product.

Previously, we had some good hints and rumors about the Fujitsu flagship premium phone they intend to debut at Mobile World Congress next week. A few manufacturers are planning to debut a new high-end device at the show next week, and several of them actually may even be sporting a Tegra 3 quad-core cpu, but Fujitsu apparently intends to trump them all with its Fujitsu Arrows Prototype. Some new details have leaked about the device. The superphone has the following mind-blowing featureset:
  • Quad-Core Tegra 3 Processor
  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
  • 4.6" HD display
  • 13.1MP camera with a 25600 ISO setting and "a near SLR level camera experience"
  • Biometric security fingerprint scanner
  • NFC
  • Large Battery with Long-battery life (although no specifics were given)
  • Water & Dust Proof (Highly-Resistant)

If these specs turn out to be more than vaporware, Fujitsu could just thrust themselves into the forefront of Android engineering. After launching the phone at MWC next week, they plan to debut the phone for European markets early this year, and eventually bring the device to North America as well. It will be interesting to get a good look at the phone next week, although to be honest, even if it is as ugly as a brick, with those features I almost wouldn't care.

Source: PhoneArena