Japanese Telecommunications and Internet carrier, Softbank has just announced a new Android smartphone with the capability to store a day’s worth of charge with just under ten minutes of charging during its biannual showcase. Impressive right? That is what the new Softbank Arrows A smartphone is yet to give its soon to be customers this December once it’s launched in the country. This is sure a rare service since Android devices are known to be power hoggers due to the applications and 3G / 4G data connectivity that drains the cells fast.
Fujitsu Arrows A smartphone hasn’t just stopped at the battery since its specs are just as good. It comes with a 5-inch full HD 1080p display, quad-core 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, and 13-megapixel camera sensor and that’s not all it will also feature a fingerprint reader for the security conscious people. The finger print reader is located just below the flash and camera sensor and if LG G2 was anything to go by it must be the inspiration for the placement of the reader at the back. The battery which is the selling point for this new model will feature a 2,600 mAh capable of providing up to 3 days of usage when fully charged.
The launch may be a disappointment to many as it is to take place in its home country Japan and no news as yet has leaked on whether it will be shipped to other parts of the world. One thing however, the fingerprint reader won’t be bar-like, but circular similar to the size of an average adult’s index finger tip.
Well, this may have just come at a time that major communication companies unleash the best of their devices but without a doubt it’s a welcomed technology that will make the Smartphone have more sense and reduce the frequent stops to charging ports.