Fujitsu to Introduce Docomo Mobile Phone with Exmore CMOS Sensor

Fujitsu will introduce a mobile phone named docomo prime series F-01C developed by NTT Docomo, a Japan-based mobile operator on November 19.

The F-01C has a 13.2MP camera with Exmor for mobile CMOS sensor and the Milbeaut Mobile image-processing engine used in digital cameras. The camera can be loaded in 0.5 seconds and has a shutter rate of 1 second.

docomo prime series F-01C

The F-01C is also embedded with humidity and temperature sensors so users can get information on humidity and temperature of the surroundings.

The device has IP5X dust resistance and IPX5/8 water resistance features and a touch screen writing technology featured display. The display screen has a rotating capability of 270„a.

The device has in-built functions such as quick shot and sequence photography that takes 7.5 shots per second in VGA size and distorted background modes. The Zoom Mic and Live Sound Full-HD features help provide high quality video recording.

Users can incorporate handwritten notes or deco-mail pictograms to stored photographs by using the Tegaki snap function. The photos can be printed by wireless connection to WLAN-compatible printers of Epson and Canon. The phone¡¦s AR-activated location radar can provide data about a retail location in various icon forms.

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