The Fujitsu Arrow NX F-02H to be exclusively available to DoCoMo customers in Japan

By Sudhiir

Asia is home to several Smartphone brands that are unfamiliar in the west. Several brands get their share of attention unlike Samsung or Apple which are more familiar in the West. Japan's, Fujitsu is deserves the attention as an Asian Brand with its all new Arrows NX F-02H.

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The 5.4-inch IPS-NEO display comes with a Quad HD (1440 x 2560) resolution, with a pixel density of 544 per inch. The phone is powered by hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 with an Adreno 418 GPU and coupled with 3 GB of RAM. The Arrows NX F-02H has a 21.5 MP Sony Exmor RS camera with a feature that Fujitsu calls Contrast AF. Contrast AF allows users to combine two modes while clicking pictures. The Contrast AF is a mode that combines phase detection and auto focus. The Camera can alsorecord videos of upto 4K UHD. The Arrow NX F-02H sports a 2.4 MP selfie camera.

The Fujitsu Arrow NX F-02H will release in Japan in November


The Fujitsu Arrows is powered by 3,390 mAh cell with rapid charging, and runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop. The F-02H has some enhanced security features like an iris scanner. The phone is also resisitant to dust and water. The Phone is compliant to military conditions and can endure some very tough conditions. If in the US it could be compliant with MIL-STD-810G standard making it a very tough device indeed. The phone is thin at 0.31 inches and 7.9 mm.

The Fujitsu Arrows NX F-02H will be sold exclusively with a DoCoMo plan. DoCoMo is Japan's largest carrier. The device will start retailing in early November. Fujitsu still remains tight lipped on the pricing and plans.

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