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Fujitsu Raku-Raku Basic 3 mobile phone automatically accentuates the high-pitched portions of the sound of the other person’s voice for better hearing


Fujitsu today announced that its new Raku-Raku Basic 3 mobile phone will be available in Japan starting April 22, 2011, from NTT DoCoMo. The new Raku-Raku (meaning “easy-to-use” in Japanese) Basic 3 features a special instructions button that, with a single push, connects customers to a dedicated telephone support center. The phone center can be accessed free-of-charge with expert support staff guiding the user through the mobile phone’s operating procedures and other features. With age, it often at times becomes harder to distinguish high-pitched sounds. Based on the user’s age range, the voice balance feature automatically accentuates the high-pitched portions of the sound of the other person’s voice, making it easier to hear.


Fujitsu Raku-Raku Basic 3 mobile phone is equipped with a hearing aid feature that, by simply connecting a set of earphones to the mobile phone, amplifies the sound volume of the surrounding environment, making it easier to hear. This feature is perfect for use when watching TV, talking with family and friends, or when it is difficult to hear. Other features include a notification service which alerts the user’s family members of the mobile phone’s usage status, a voice delivery service for users who have difficulty writing e-mails using the keypad, and 5.1-megapixel Smart Camera, which makes it possible for anybody to take beautiful photographs. Such improvements in basic functionality help enhance the Raku-Raku Phone even further in terms of user-friendliness.