Fujitsu has got everyone excited at the CES by not only unveiling a waterproof Arrows Tab, but also coming out with its quad-core, Tegra 3 smartphone running Ice Cream Sandwich OS out of the box.
Although the phone showcased at CES is just a prototype and the final announcement will be made at the MWC’12, but the phone still has managed to get us excited.
Running on a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, the phone is expected to take mobile gaming to the next level. Fujitsu demonstrated the device’s gaming capabilities by running Riptide GP, which fared well not only on the mobile’s display but even on a connected external display. Features include:
- 4.6-inch HD display
- 13.1-megapixel camera with ISO 25,600 sensitivity
- Ice Cream Sandwich out-of-the-box
One of the features that stand out with Fujitsu’s new smartphone is that it also has an inbuilt fifth-companion core, which means it will consume less power in case you are not running heavy graphics applications.
What remains to be seen is how Fujitsu plans to design this phone to compete with likes of Nokia Lumia 900 and Samsung Galaxy S3, also tipped to come out this year.