Fujitsu LOOX F-07C dual boot(Windows 7/Symbian) Atom powered PC phone Officially Annouced; specs revealed
Today both Docomo and Fujitsu officially announced the Fujitsu Loox F-07C with the world first dual mode PC/Phone running on an Intel ATOM CPU! The smartphone in question is called the Loox F-07C and the coolest thing about it is that it runs dual operating systems. The smartphone has both Windows 7 and Symbian OS’ onboard. If you thought it would be cool to have a Windows 7 on your smartphone, this may be the device for you.
The folks at Pocketables found a scanned spec sheet on a Chinese web site for a new device called the Fujitsu LOOX F-7C. The little guy is a handheld device with a slide-out keyboard and a 4 inch 1024 x 600 pxiel display. It has a 1.2 GHz Intel Atom Z600 processor and runs both Windows 7 Home Premium, and Symbian.
It also reportedly has 1GB of RAM, a 32GB solid state disk, front and rear cameras, WiFi, Bluetooth, and 3G.
Technically speaking this F-07C is a pure marvel, and to our surprise, the F-07C is also a usable little computer that was running Window 7 pretty dram well!
Sure it won’t run the latest FPS of being capable to handle HD Video editing properly or watching 1080p HD video neither, but think of it as your portable, always ready little always connected computer capable in just a click to be used as a phone and once at in your hotel room or office become a fully capable ATOM Desktop thanks to its little cradle (USB, HDMI, Ethernet…)
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but as soon as it becomes available we will let you know.
Fujitsu LOOX F-07C Specs sheet:
- OS: Windows 7 Home Premium / Symbian (i-mode)
- Size: 125mm (H) × 61mm (W) × 19.8mm (D)
- Weight: Approximately 213g
- Display: 4 inches, 1024 × 600 (WSVGA) TFT LCD touch panel
- CPU: 1.2GHz Intel Atom Z600
- GPU: Intel 600 GMA, Direct X 9.0 support
- Memory: 1GB (LPDDR400)
- Storage: 32GB SSD
- Micro SD: Up to 32GB
- Main camera: 5.1MP (?)
- Sub-camera: 1.7MP (?)
- Network: GSM, FOMA/3G, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
- Ports: 3.5mm audio jack, micro USB
- Sensors: Proximity, light, A-GPS
- Battery life: 350 hours standby in phone mode, 1.6 to 2 hours in Windows 7 mode
Akihabara News has a hands-on video — check it out after the break,