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World’s First ATOM Smartphone: Fujitsu Loox F-07C: Video

Fujitsu have come up with the world’s first Intel ATOM processor powered smartphone that can boot both Microsoft Windows 7 and the Symbian operating system and recently showed off the device, and we have a video of the Fujitsu Loox F-07C for your viewing pleasure below.

The Fujitsu Loox F-07C hands-on video comes our way courtesy of the guys over at Ubergizmo and by way of Akihabaranews, and only delivers a one minute look at the new smartphone that can act as a small tablet running Windows 7 or as a smartphone running Symbian.

The Fujitsu Loox F-07C sports a 4-inch touch screen, slide out QWERTY keyboard, 5 megapixel rear facing camera, 0.32 megapixel front facing camera, 1.2 GHz Intel ATOM processor, Bluetooth, WiFi, 1GB RAM, and 32GB SSD internal storage.

The device is being looked at as a portable mini computer come smartphone and has a dock with USN, Ethernet and HDMI ports. No word on just how well the battery holds up though, and why did they opt to go with Symbian?

Anyway head on down and mash that play button to check out the world’s first ATOM powered smartphone/mini-tablet, and feel free to let us know your thoughts on the device…enjoy.

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4 thoughts on “World’s First ATOM Smartphone: Fujitsu Loox F-07C: Video”

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    Chernov says:

    Symbian is HUGE in Japan, people just don't realise it because NTT and Fujitsu have long been involved in the development of Symbain and have used the under-lying OS in thousands of phones. The only "Symbian" we normally hear of is S60/Symbian^3 which has been knocked back the last few years.

    The actual OS excluding the S60 UI is what NTT etc. use, they just put their own UI on top but it is closed therefore lacks many "smartphone" functionalities. THIS is why people see Symbian as a better mobile OS than most as the UI is independent of the UI slapped on top.

    As for this, looks like some serious hardware. Things like these are often kept under-wraps in anywhere but Japan but there is a niche market for them in the UK so would love to see it round these ends!

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      Fatass53 says:

      Booting up Windows 7 is no easy feat, it was not made for an embedded system. ARM processors right now are only winning on power consumption. Interms of graphics enhancements it looks like windows have aero on. This requires a DX9 compatible graphics card. This looks very promising. 

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