Fujitsu has got a new smartphone known as the Arrows WCDMA which is now claimed as the world’s thinnest smartphone by Fujitsu. The Fujitsu Arrows WCDMA offers a thinness of 6.7mm only which is almost as thin as the previously pronounced world’s slimmest smartphone – Huawei Ascend P1 S.
The Fujitsu handset is super lightweight as well, weighing a mere 105g. The phone has also been coated with a peel-resistant and scratch-resistant “ultra tough guard”, which shall let the Arrows stay near scratch-proof for its life.
The Arrows WCDMA will include a new HD AMOLED capacitive touch display, with a size of 4-inch and a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. The entire dimensions of the phone are 64 x 127 x 6.7mm. Other goodies are a 5.1-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, WiFi, and 1GB RAM/2GB ROM that’s expandable up to 32GB via microSDHC.
It’s also equipped with a 1,400 mAH battery, a Qualcomm MSM8255 1.4GHz processor and runs Android 2.3.5 OS. It’s cleared the FCC and is now waiting for partners to launch it in the US.