Killer-Specs Symbian^2 Devices Invades Japan

2. June 2010 at 14:37

Fujitsu docomo Prime series F-06B

Last 18th of May, NTT DOCOMO which is Japan’s premier provider of leading-edge mobile voice, data and multimedia services, and is one of the world’s largest mobile communications operators unveiled four latest mobile phones manufactured by Fujitsu and Sharp. But in another sushi-samurai-cutting-blades news was when Symbian announced that these phones will be the first to run on Symbian^2 platform (S^2). All these phones were blended in touting mobile specs that you can’t imagine.

To give them an oriental welcome party, let’s greet them in Japanese style. Konichiwa to:

  • Fujitsu docomo Prime series F-06B – Waterproof, two-way screen, 13.2-megapixel camera for shooting Full HD video, and Wi-Fi access-point capability and will be available in June 09.
  • Fujitsu docomo Style series F-07B – Convenient two-way portrait/landscape screen and a slim, quick-opening clamshell body (released on May 21, 2010).
  • Sharp docomo Style series SH-08B – Compact, waterproof body, designed in collaboration with fashion brand EMILIO PUCCI (June 04, 2010).
  • Sharp docomo Prime series SH-07B – Waterproof AQUOS SHOT phone featuring 12.1-megapixel CCD for shooting Full HD video (May 28, 2010).


Well, we can’t judge the fact that Japan is taking a leap from its competitors again but judging to the features of these phone is the answer. Look at the F-06B which can record at 1080p or the full HD video resolution, the waterproof body and so on. I’m not sure if these are the first mobile devices to have these killer features, but I’m pretty sure that they have the soul of a Symbian^2 platform inside them.

So what do you think? Are we also ready to embrace these kinds of features?