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Fujitsu at CEATEC 2010

on October 5, 2010 – 6:07 pm2 Comments

This is a dual-touchscreen prototype phone that Fujitsu unveiled at CEATEC 2010.

It is a design concept. A clamshell phone with two-touchscreens instead of one touchscreen and a keypad.The phone flips open both vertically and horizontally.

The design and concept is very interesting and the phone is pretty well built. The phone looks very futuristic like from a Sci-Fi movie.

The only problem is that it is meant only for the Japanese market and that it runs on their own primitive OS. Android would have been great even though it would be very tough to embed it.

The two screens would make it a great experience for web browsing as well as movie viewing.

via AkihabaraNews

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  • karthik

    Japanese are known to make good hardware but poor software.But its good to know that so many more japanese companies are entering the smart phone fray…panasonic, fujitsu,sharp etc

  • aditya

    Cool….