Fujitsu is gearing up to launch a plethora of Windows and Android-powered smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week, according to the Financial Times.
Fujitsu is planning to muscle in on Apple's patch with a roster of high-end smartphones, with features including biometric security scanning – technology most recently seen in the likes of the Motorola Atrix.
Expect the best tech that Japan has to offer to be crammed into Fujitsu’s mystery phones – we’ve got our fingers crossed that the waterproof Fujitsu Arrows phone that we saw at CES will be among the line-up.
We’ll bring you more news straight from MWC Barcelona next week, so stay tuned for more smartphone news as and when we get it.
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