Fujitsu Loox F-07C: Atom Powered Smartphone

The smartphone market is vastly growing from strength to strength every month, in this growth we have seen many great handsets like the Samsung Galaxy S II and the HTC Evo 3D. When these handsets were first announced many people out there were left with their tongues wagging and jaws dropping.

It’s this type of reaction in people that every manufacturer strives to achieve with every one of their new devices, Fujitsu is no different and they too hope to set emotions running high with their latest release the Loox F-07C, which Is the world’s first Atom powered smartphone.

As we have just mentioned this handset runs on an Intel Atom processor, thanks to this processor the handset can easily transform from a smartphone running the Symbian OS to a tablet running Windows 7. As well as this dual boot mode the Loox also boasts some other pretty great specs like a 5MP rear camera, 0.32MP front facing camera, 4inch display, 1GB of RAM, 32GB SSD internal storage and of course a 1.2GHz ATOM CPU. You can read more on the specs by following this link through to Ubergizmo.

With such a powerful processor to run the battery life is sure to be some concern for many, as you can see from the video we have embedded below the Loox will have the use of a dock, this should be a great accessory to use when the device needs to be charged and used simultaneously.

According to Engadget this device is set for launch sometime in June or July, to get your hands on it you can look at parting with around $860 of your hard earned cash. What are your thoughts on the Loox?

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