Fujitsu and Panasonic to Present Spectacular Smartphones at MWC 2012

Panasonic and Fujitsu are now going to spend more time on the US and Europe and already have a smartphone for us to enjoy.

There is definitely good news for the US and Europe since companies that focused mainly on their internal market are expanding. As a result Sony is going to be concentrating more on The US and Europe, so does this mean no more Japan only availability for smartphones and other devices? Panasonic is another company that is going to keep the US near and they show proof of such action with the release of the new Eluga Smartphone.


Specifications for the Panasonic Eluga and Fujitsu Smartphone

With this new smartphone from Panasonic you are going to see specs such as a 4.3-inch display, and Android 4.0 but Fujitsu has something good in store for European and American consumers and it is a smartphone that features a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, a massive 4.6-inch display, a 13.1 megapixel camera that puts my point-and-shoot to shame, and will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. How’s that for a configuration, Samsung and Motorola?


It is said that the new Fujitsu quad-core smartphone is going to have one great battery but we are going to have to wait and see at MWC 2012 to find out the truth. The new Fujitsu Smartphone is also said to have NFC technology and a fingerprint sensor. But there is more, if it turns out to be true the Fujitsu smartphone is also going to be rugged and water resistant, Yay! Looks like Fujitsu is only going to display some sample units at MWC, which means that we are going to have to wait a bit to try out the new Fujitsu Tegra 3 smartphone.

This brand name expansion is obviously good news since this means that us the consumers are going to have more smartphone to choose from but Samsung and HTC ( just to mention a few) are probably not too happy with the extra competition.

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