Fujitsu aims for the DROID RAZR with 6.7MM thin ARROWS ES

Manufacturing the smallest, lightest, and thinnest in this day and age means that there's always someone waiting to take your title away. In the case of Motorola's drool-worthy DROID RAZR, the challenger is Fujitsu's ARROWS ES IS12F smartphone, performing a caliper double-take at 6.7 millimeters. That's a whole .4mm thinner than the RAZR - a vital statistic when space in your skinny jeans is at a premium. This is almost certainly the same hardware as the Arrows-F-07D that made its way through the FCC last month.

Docomo Next Media smartphone pairs with Casio Bluetooth 4.0 smartwatch

Geeks in Japan that like the Docomo network will have a new smartphone that they can get hand so soon called the Next Media PP N-01D. This smartphone runs Android, has a large 4-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen to view, and even offers wireless charging. The smartphone is also able to survive spills and dust as well. The most interesting feature is that the phone can pair with a new Casio watch.

Galaxy Nexus his NTT DoCoMo in Japan on December 2nd

Yes, America, everyone gets the Galaxy Nexus before you. The latest is the Japanese market, where Samsung will release the phone into the open arms of carrier NTT DoCoMo. The Galaxy Nexus lands in the land of the rising sun gets it on December 2nd, this Friday. DoCoMo gets the GSM version that's currently on sale in Europe, but there's no mention of a price just yet.

NTT DoCoMo tweets Galaxy Nexus for November ahead of launch

If you have been following all the leaks that have been surfacing over the last week or so about the Galaxy Nexus smartphone we know the device is coming soon. In fact, the smartphone is expected to surface today in Hong Kong officially. This will be the first Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone and will launch all around the world.

A chocolate Android phone that won’t melt in your pocket

Sharp's upcoming Q-Pod Android phone is aimed right at the rich, delicious center of the novelty market. The golden-colored phone's back, front and the user interface inside all look as if they're covered in half-melted chocolate, for some reason. It even comes with its own "Chocobed", a charging dock that looks like a fancy chocolate box.

DoCoMo SC-02C Hands-On [Galaxy S II with an Antenna!]

Well wouldn't you know it, our man in Japan mister Ewdison Then has for us a brief look at the DoCoMo (Japan) version of the most epic handset on the market: the Samsung Galaxy S II! This version of the device is called the DoCoMo SC-02C and it's got several differences that make it unique to the country and the carrier. Can you see the first big difference? It's the biggest antenna in the entire world, the entire world completely.

NTT DoCoMo gives Android users FlyScreen

FlyScreen debuted back in 2009 and is a cool interactive widget that replaces the lock screen on your Android device. The developer of the app is Cellogic and it has made a deal with NTT DoCoMo that will see FlyScreen be offered to all of the Android users on the Japanese carrier. A location-based services company called Brilliant will push FlyScreen out in Japan.

NTT DoCoMo gets new NEC WP N-06C Medias phone

NTT DoCoMo has announced that it has landed a new Medias phone from NEC for its network that hits stores today for purchase. The phone went up for pre-sale yesterday apparently. We have seen other NEC medias phones in the past that were really thin and interesting like the Medius E-04C back in March. The new Medias phone is the WP N-06C and it is very thin.

NTT DoCoMo gives firm launch date for Optimus Pad

Gadget geeks in Japan that are fans of tablets will be able to get their hands on the new LG Optimus Pad tablet very soon. NTT DoCoMo has offered up the official launch date for the tablet within Japan. This is the last key bit of information that we didn’t have before, we already know all the specs of the tablet.
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