Fujitsu unveils Arrows WCDMA, the world’s slimmest smartphone

by Gavril Mankoo

And just when Motorola thought it had created the world’s slimmest phone with the Razr, Fujitsu quickly stepped up and bagged the honor. The Fujitsu Arrows WCDMA is at present the world’s thinnest phone, measuring just 6.7mm, about a millimeter thinner than the Motorola Razr. Weighing in at as little as 105g, this beautifully sleek device comes with a Gorilla Glass and an AMOLED display with high definition and capacitive 480 x 800 4-inch touch screen. Sporting a 5.1 MP camera, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, WiFi, and 1GB RAM / 2GB ROM upgradable to 32GB with microSDHC and a 1400mAH battery that juices the Qualcomm MSM8255 1.4GHz processor, the phone comes with Android 2.3.5, and will show up on store shelves sooner or later.


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