Fujitsu Raku Raku Phone 7 to arrive in Japan

Fujitsu of Japan will be rolling out its latest cell phone known as the Raku-Raku Phone 7, where you can pick one up from NTT DoCoMo. Raku-Raku actually means “easy to use” in Japanese, and has its task cut out for it by being a model that offers simplified access to the Internet for older people. Not only that, owners of the Raku-Raku Phone 7 will also be able to access a special web portal that will cater to those in the retirement age bracket by offering carefully selected information concerning travel and gastronomic affairs. Not only that, it is waterproof and dustproof according to IPX5, IPX7 and IPX8 standards. Other specifications are available in the extended post, and you won’t be seeing this hit the US market anytime soon as it seems to be a Japan only exclusive.

  • Networks supported: 3G/GSM
  • Weight: 123 grams
  • Main Display: 3″ TFT (transflective), 480×800 VGA resolution
  • External Display: 2″ TFT (transflective), 240×320 pixels resolution
  • Main camera: 8.1-megapixel CMOS
  • Camera for video: VGA
  • MicroSD memory cards support up to 16GB
  • GPS navigation support

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