Fujitsu announced on Thursday that a new mobile phone, powered by a full copy of Windows 7, will be available on July 23.
The F-07C mobile phone will feature Windows 7 and comes equipped with a two-year license for Office 2010. Fujitsu claims the device is the world’s smallest PC and that it will easily fit into the palm of a user’s hand. The F-07C includes an 1.2GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB of RAM and a 32GB SSD.
F-07C users will be able switch between Windows 7 mode and a mobile phone OS mode with the push of a button. The Fujitsu F-07C will be available in Japan from NTT DOCOMO beginning July 23.
Size: 125 × 61 × 19.8 mm (19.8 mm at thickest point)
Weight: 218 g (with battery pack)
Continuous Standby Time: ~600 hours in FOMA 3G
Continuous Talk Time:
~370 minutes in FOMA 3G voice mode
~170 minutes in videophone mode
Display: ~4″ wide SVGA touchscreen (1024 × 600 resolution)
Camera: (back side) 5.1 megapixel effective resolution, CMOS sensor
(inside) 0.32 megapixel effective resolution, CMOS sensor (0.17 megapixel in Windows® 7 mode)
Color: Navy Black
Windows 7 mode
OS: Windows® 7 Home Premium 32 bit Full Version (with SP1)
CPU: Intel® Atom™ Z600 processor (supports HT technology) (1.20GHz)
Main memory: Comes standard with 1GB/max 1GB (LPDDR400)
SSD: ~32 GB (eMMC)
Wireless LAN: IEEE802.11b/g/n (communications speed: up to 65Mbps)
Windows® 7 battery life: ~2 hours in Windows 7 mode