NTT Docomo to launch “Aquos Phone SH-07E” ultra-slim smartphone with Android 4.2

by Sayan Chakravarty

We closely follow all the latest smartphones released by the Japanese carrier NTT Docomo, they sometimes come up with technological marvels which give their international competitors a run for their money. Here’s something that’s caught our attention, as a part of their summer 2013 line-up they’ll launch a smartphone named “Aquos Phone SI SH-07E”. It’s an ultra slim smartphone with a thickness of just 59mm and weighs 139g. But the compact size hasn’t been achieved at the expense of its specs, it has a 1.7Ghz Quad-core processor with a 2100mAh. The smartphone is equipped with a 4.3” SCGS HD display with a resolution of 1280 × 720 pixels, a narrow frame technology has been used to integrate the frame with the glass which aids to the sleekness of the design.

The phone runs on the latest Android 4.2 and has a special “Eco-technology” which makes it extra energy efficient. It sports a 13 MP rear camera which has a F1.9 lens and an extremely fast shutter speed to capture fast moving objects without blur. The front camera has a resolution of 1.2MP. Other features include: Bluetooth 4, Infrared, WiFi (IEEE 802.11ac), NFC enabled and the phone is waterproof. NTT Docomo will release it by mid June but hasn’t disclosed the pricing. It will be available in three colours: Orange, white and Navy Blue.







[Via – Impress]