It looks like Japanese OEM’s like Fujitsu and Toshiba are trying to steal the performance/functionality crown from Korean giants like Samsung these days. It’s still an unfortunate thing, but phones that originate in Japan often stay in Japan, but can be acquired for the right price. Hot on the heels of epic phones like the Samsung Galaxy S II, the HTC Sensation, the Droid Bionic, and others, Fujitsu-Toshiba is set to release a waterproof phone with some of the best specs I’ve witnessed on a mobile device to date. Check them out below!
To put it mildly, this phone is super stacked. Featuring sweet features only available in native Japan, like having a digital TV tuner, it’s likely to never be picked up by the major carriers in either the US, Canada, or Europe. Still, we can dream, can”t we?
This particularly compelling Android phone is being brought to market by Japan’s second biggest carrier – KDDI, as they just unveiled a total of six new Android phones for its winter line-up a few hours ago, and the Fujitsu-Toshiba Mobile’s ARROWS Z ISW11F is looking to be the best yet.