Fujitsu smartphone ISW11F is packed with advanced features that push the limits of speed and design


Fujitsu today announced that the new ARROWS Z ISW11F smartphone from Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications will be available in Japan beginning December 17, 2011, from KDDI Corporation and Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company. To deliver unprecedented speed of operations, Fujitsu ARROWS Z ISW11F combines three high-speed enhancements—high-speed WiMAX communications, a high-performance 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, and a quick-response touchscreen.
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In addition to its 4.3-inch HD display that supports a full spectrum of 16.77 million colors, Fujitsu’s proprietary high-definition technology offers users a chance to appreciate the breathtaking beauty of Hi-Vision video content. ISW11F runs on the high-speed WiMAX network, which delivers downstream speeds of up to 40Mbps and upstream speeds of up to 10Mbps. This enables users to download data-intensive content and enjoy browsing the web at breathtaking speeds.
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As a flagship model of Fujitsu’s smartphone lineup, ISW11F is packed with advanced features that push the limits of speed and design, including a high-performance 13.1 megapixel camera. The 13.1 megapixel camera is capable of recording full high-definition video footage (1,920 × 1,080 resolution). In addition to being equipped with an Exmor R for Mobile back-illuminated CMOS sensor and the high-resolution Milbeaut Mobile image processing engine, ISW11F’s ISO 25600 equivalent high-sensitivity enables bright photographs to be captured even in dark places. The handset also comes with a diversity of photography features, including chrome key mode, art camera mode, and automatic scene recognition.
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With a pre-installed DiXiM Home Network Application, terrestrial digital broadcast programs recorded using a DLNA-compatible Blu-ray recorder can be viewed streaming in Hi-Vision. Fujitsu ARROWS Z ISW11F is available in four colors: Fine White, Stream Blue, Live Pink, and Neo Black.
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