Fujitsu has decided the world needs a fully-functioning smartphone with desktop computer’s Windows 7 OS. It’s the world’s most popular operating system among PC users so it’s only logical to extend its charms to the small screen in the Fujitsu F-07C 4-inch Smartphone.
Fujitsu F-07C Windows 7 Smartphone was released on July 23, 2011 in Japan. It is exclusively distributed by NTT DOCOMO, Inc. The F-07C is the world’s smallest Windows 7 computer that’s just the size of a regular mobile phone.
Powered by a 1.2 GHz Intel Z600 processor, the Fujitsu F-07C runs on dual Symbian and Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit OS with Service Pack 1. Aside from its smartphone calling, texting and browsing features, this palm-sized product is a full-functioning computer with regular PC abilities. It ships with a free two-year license of Microsoft Office Personal 2010 and Internet Explorer 9 Web Browser.
A slide-out QWERTY keyboard gives the Fujitsu F-07C phone laptop-like functions. There’s also a trackball and left-click button giving simple mouse operations. Easily create or edit Microsoft Office documents like an ASUS U56E-BBL5 Laptop.
As an option, USB mouse and keyboard can be attached for true Windows 7 operation. It’s even possible to hook up the F-07C to a USB printer for quick printing of documents or images.
There’s 1GB of RAM inside it so using the F-07C is as comfortable as using a netbook. The 4-inch display offers a high resolution 1024x600p resolution but there’s an HDMI port to output its screen to a larger HDTV or monitor. This device supports both Adobe Flash Player 10.2 and Microsoft Silverlight plug-ins so most of the web’s interactive content can be viewed.
Switching between Windows 7 OS and Symbian is quickly done by pressing a button. In Symbian mode, the Fujitsu F-07C turns into a regular smartphone that supports all NTT DOCOMO’s mobile features like i-mode mail, i-channel, i-concierge, Oazukari Service for internet data and Osaifu-Keitai.
This Fujitsu F-07C product supports advanced DOCOMO security options like Mobile Phone Location Service and Omakase Lock. Should a user lose or misplace it, it can be easily locked out and found via these remote control softwares.
A comprehensive list of the Fujitsu F-07C Symbian Smartphone and Windows 7 Mini PC’s technical specifications and key features is posted at Fujitsu’s news site.