A Pocketful of Microsoft® Windows® 7 in your Phone
What do we have here? A smartphone with Windows 7 operating system?
That’s exactly what you heard. Not to be confused with Windows Phone 7, Fujitsu’s new mobile phone, F-07C, is an out-of-the-box dual-mode smartphone, which can switch modes from the Symbian OS to Windows 7 OS at the tap of a button.
Fujitsu claims that the F-07C is the world’s smallest PC. By merging mobile phone and PC functionalities together, the Japanese electronics outfit hopes to unveil a host of new opportunities for users worldwide.
Touted as one of the most unique hybrid phones to go on sale in recent years, with high-end hardware and up-to-date software and applications including Internet Explorer 9 and Microsoft Office Personal 2010, the F-07C is a notch above even the most popular and expensive smartphones available in the market, and is likely to burn a hole in your pocket if you are planning to own one. With the F-076, Fujitsu can be credited with taking pocketable computers to the next level.
So why settle for anything less than a full Windows 7 computer in your pocket when given an option?
The F-076 comes full circle loaded with a 4-inch, 1024x600 mobile device screen and a Windows 7 desktop operating system.Â With added options for mundane productivity tasks including connecting peripheral devices like a printer and keyboard amongst others, the smartphone redefines the whole notion of smartphones as perceived today.
The F-076 is a merger, a union, of the best of both the worlds, a mobile OS and the Windows 7 OS. Not quite the combination you will find in a regular phone, but the F-076 defies all conventions and remains rooted to its ambitious tag of being the first unique, hybrid smartphone.
It has arrived; it is for real and here to stay.