Fujitsu Raku-Raku mobile phone helps senior citizens to enjoy walking and stay fit

Fujitsu’s new Raku-Raku Phone 7 will be available in Japan beginning July 23, 2010, through sales partner NTT DoCoMo. The new Fujitsu Raku-Raku (meaning easy-to-use” in Japanese) Phone 7 is designed to make the Internet more accessible to senior citizens by introducing a one-touch access button to the i-mode mobile Internet system. Users also have access to a special website with carefully selected travel and gourmet information tailored to the needs of senior citizens. This service is jointly offered with Nifty Corporation for no monthly fee.

Other new features of the Fujitsu Raku-Raku Phone 7 include the upgraded smart camera with 8.1-megapixel resolution, GSM) for international roaming, and advanced human-sensing applications. The Naoko Takahashi’s Walking Clinic application featuring Japan’s Olympic gold medalist and former marathon runner, Ms. Naoko Takahashi, is designed to help senior citizens enjoy walking and stay fit. The Fujitsu Raku-Raku Phone 7 includes a range of services and features that work with senior citizens, helping them move from basic use to full enjoyment of mobile phones.