Fujitsu will launch Fujitsu Superphone with quad-core processor Nvidia Tegra 3. The plan, Fujitsu will introduce Fujitsu Superphone vendors at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Spain, February 27, 2012.
A first of its kind size of the Tegra 3-laden Fujitsu Superphone has been shown, and the specifications that will compliment its plastic are fabulous. How are the 4.6″ HD screen, LTE connection and 13.1MP digicam with higher 25600 ISO sensitivity for better low-light pictures audio to you? Decent, right? Along with that it will be water and dustproof like we are used to from Western handsets or atleast we can compare them to it.
The quad-core phone Tegra 3 Fujitsu Superphone will also provide DLNA and HDMI-out power for your wifi and wired media buffering needs. The HDMI aspect appears to be finished via an MHL interface, knowing from the dongle in the images, which present the quad-core phone Tegra 3 managing a activity title on an HDTV, and the experience being handled with a wifi gamepad. Together with the pleasure is the truth that Android 4.0 ICS will be on the quad-core phone Tegra 3 mobile phone out of the box, and by time the customers hit MWC time next 30 days, the Fujitsu Superphone should be demoed in its complete wonder.
Based on press releases, Tegra processor 3 has 4 plus 1 core design that gives a battery life and longer music playback features, like speed of 12 core GPU. That’s why Fujitsu Superphone is supported by the chip that is claimed to provide computing power for the console-quality game.
It also provides better battery life than dual core mobile processor.
Fujitsu may be ready to show-off “sample units” of its Tegra 3 superphone at MWC next week, but is keeping details like the phone’s name and specific features a mystery, at least in its press release. What we know about the phone so far:
Reportedly, Fujitsu will be given Superphone Wimax network connection and LTE (Long Term Evolution / 4G).