Fujitsu is a name that is more often than not associated with computers, but you ought to know that they also roll out cell phones – at least in Japan. What Fujitsu offers most recently would be the Raku-Raku Basic 3 cell phone, and as you can tell from its name, this is a basic handset that will arrive there from April 22nd onwards with NTT DoCoMo as the carrier of choice. First of all, some basic language lessons – Raku Raku means “easy-to-use” in Japanese, and being a basic handset, this model will feature a special instructions button that takes but a single push to connect customers to a dedicated telephone support center.
The phone center can be accessed without having you to fork out a single cent, where you have support staff to guide you through the cell phone’s operating procedures and myriad of other features. Of course, when you become older, your ears age as well, making it harder to distinguish high-pitched sounds. Depending on your age, the voice balance feature will kick in automatically to accentuate the high-pitched portions of the sound of the other person’s voice so that you can hear better.
Other features comprise of a notification service that will alert your family members of the cell phone’s usage status, a voice delivery service, and a 5.1-megapixel camera among others. No idea on pricing as at press time.