Microsoft partner Fujitsu is yet to debut its Window Phone 7 handset, but that hasn’t stopped Windows being used on the Japanese tech-co.’s hardware.
This isn’t “Mango” running here. This is the actual Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit Full Version – the same operating system you’d find on many desktop PC’s and laptops in use today. The Windows F-07C from Fujitsu features two modes: a touch screen mobile phone mode, and Windows 7 mode, utilizing a trackball in place of mouse and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The Microsoft staple usually found on home computers also includes Internet Explorer 9 and is more than capable of editing Office files.
This all appears on a 4.2-inch 1024 × 600 resolution display, running on 1.20GHz Intel Atom Z600 processor, packing 1GB main memory. A particularly special feature in the inclusion of HDMA output support, so that the phone can even link up to a big screen for browsing websites, or to view photos snapped on the 5.1 megapixel rear shooter.
The Windows Phone 7 mobile from Fujitsu which is due to feature the “Mango” update was leaked recently and is suggested to go official at the Microsoft, Japan press event on July 27th.
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