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It is a hybrid smart phone slash pocket PC that is capable of switching between Symbian and Windows 7 operating systems.

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Tha Fujitsu LOOX F-07C is a hybrid smart phone slash pocket PC that is capable of switching between Symbian and Windows 7 operating systems with the press of a button. The Windows OS naturally requires the appropriate hardware to function up to speed which makes the phone too big to be considered a true smart phone, although it does run a true Windows 7 and not a mobile version. The processor is a 1.2GHz Intel Atom Z600 that is limited to half it's rated speed to conserve battery life and keep the device cool, yet it still is one of the world's smallest windows machines. The phone is also equipped with 1GB RAM, 32GB SSD card slot, WiFi-n, Bluetooth, GPS, HSPA and both a 5.1MP rear camera and 0.32MP front camera. The reason the device can operate as quickly as it does when in mobile Symbian mode is because Windows 7 is always running in the background, which will automatically turn off if the battery gets low. Optional F01 charging dock not only has an internal cooling fan which blows onto the phone when using Windows 7 mode, but also has four USB ports and an HDMI output. As of this writing the device is on sale in Japan for about 850 dollars, and news of further release to the rest of the world is unknown.

Features
  • Dual boots Symbian and Windows 7
  • Dimensions: 125mm H x 61mm W x 19.8mm D
  • Screen: 4" LCD
  • Resolution: 1024 x 600
  • Processor: Intel Atom Z600 at 1.2GHz
  • GPU: Intel 600 GMA with Direct X 9.0
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Storage: 32GB SSD
  • Cameras: 5.1MP rear / 0.32MP front
  • WiFi-n
  • Bluetooth
  • GPS
  • HSPA
  • USB port
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