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October 28, 2010

Fujitsu unveils T005 mobile phone in Japan

Eco Key button saves power and extends the life of the battery charge

By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu has unviled a new T005 mobile phone, which will be available from KDDI and Okinawa Cellular Telephone in Japan from 29 October, 2010.

The mobile phone is water-resistant and is equipped with a one-touch open button that allows users to access the mobile phone’s features.

According to Fujitsu, the T005 is equipped with a 8.08 megapixel camera, business card reader, and comes with entertainment features including display of multiple stored images at once; and photo viewer that allows users to see pictures using 16 different types of effect patterns.

The T005 CMOS camera has features such as a smile finder, face recognition autofocus, shake correction, and backlight correction.

The new mobile phone specifications include 280hrs standby time (inside Japan); 230 minutes of continuous talk time (inside Japan); Displays 3" color TFT LCD wide VGA (480 × 854 dots); and comes in Mat Black, Fine Blue, Pink Gold colours.

The T005 can be set to go into ‘Eco Mode’ through an Eco Key button that saves power and extends the life of the battery charge.

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