ARROWS μ F-07D: Fujitsu’s Android Phone Is Waterproof And 6.7mm Thin, Comes With 4-Inch OLED

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The Infobar C01 from yesterday was a bit too much for you? Not to worry, Japan still produces “ordinary” Android phones: Fujitsu’s ARROWS μ F-07D [JP], which mobile carrier NTT Docomo plans to start selling this Friday, is the newest example.

It doesn’t look as unique as the Infobar, but the list of specs is long and pretty impressive:

  • Android 2.3
  • 4-inch OLED with 480×800 resolution (Gorilla Glass)
  • 5MP CMOS camera
  • waterproof body that’s just 6.7mm thick (iPhone 4: 9.3mm)
  • MSM8255 Snapdragon processor (1.4GHz)
  • 512MB RAM
  • 1GB ROM
  • DLNA/DTCP-IP support
  • e-wallet function (NFC)
  • infrared connection
  • digital TV tuner
  • microSDHC slot
  • 1,400mAh battery
  • Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
  • Wi-Fi (tethering for up to 8 devices)
  • size: 127×64×6.7mm, weight: 105g

NTT Docomo will be offering the handset in “Sapphire Black” only.