Fujitsu Smartphone ARROWS Kiss F-03D records the number of steps users take daily in a graphic chart and gives health-maintenance advice
Fujitsu today announced that its new smartphone, docomo with series ARROWS Kiss F-03D, will be available from NTT DOCOMO, Japan beginning November 25, 2011. Fujitsu ARROWS Kiss F-03D is a smartphone with gem-cut buttons that sparkle like actual jewelry. Providing users with an option other than finger touch-based operations, ARROWS Kiss F-03D comes with a stylus that makes it easy to write intricate Japanese characters. The smartphone comes with Sukkiri Alarm. By combining an accelerometer with a microphone, this alarm clock system monitors users’ body movements, breathing patterns, and wakefulness while they are asleep. When sleep is detected to be at its lightest point, the alarm is activated thus enabling users to start the day refreshed and looking their best. Sukkiri means refreshed in English.
The smartphone is equipped with a pedometer and activity monitoring system that shows the number of steps users take daily in a graphic chart and gives health-maintenance advice, enabling users to have fun while staying fit. Other features include one-segment TV broadcast, mobile wallet (Osaifu Keitai), and infrared communication function. With a compact width of 59mm, ARROWS Kiss F-03D is an elegant, water-resistant smartphone, making it a great choice for first-time users.