This piece of information hails from Fujitsu, which showed its first quad-core Android smartphone back at the Consumer Electronic Show 2012. We know only few specs about it at this point, while others remains a mystery. With the Mobile World Congress just around the corner a new render of the phone is leaked with some more updated specs.
The prototype displayed at the CES was said to be powered with Tegra 3 at 1.2GHz but the fresh details suggest it to boast 1.5GHz, the camera remains the same which is 13-megapixel, while the screen size is 4.6-inch, resolution of the display remains unclear but its is expected to come with 720p. The phone is alleged to run on the latest version of Android and is promised to give a better battery life.
These new specs emerged and added some more features to the Fujitsu model, some people speculate that the phone will be resistant to splash and dust while it is whispered to be shock resistant as well. Some more details including its name is still on fence but we are expecting things to get clear at the upcoming expo in Barcelona.
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