Fujitsu introduced a smartphone that is very similar to the Samsung
|Fujitsu is not a major player in the global smartphone market. However, the company also has something to brag about. The Japanese manufacturer announced the Arrows nx9 f-52A smartphone at home, which, despite its modest technical characteristics, boasts an OLED matrix with a round cutout for the front camera in the middle of the upper face, which previously could only be seen in Samsung smartphones. |
The phone is equipped with support for fifth-generation cellular networks, and its design is quite similar to last year's flagship Galaxy Note 10. The device is a typical midrange and is based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765g chipset, which serves as the basis of smartphones such as LG Velvet and OnePlus Nord. The processor works in conjunction with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.
The 6.3-inch OLED matrix has a Full HD+resolution. The front camera is represented by a single 16-MP sensor. The Arrows nx9 F-52A smartphone boasts an under-screen fingerprint scanner. On the back panel is the main camera module with the main 48-MP sensor, which is supplemented with 8-and 5-MP sensors.
The back of the smartphone is made of glass. The device is protected from dust and moisture according to the IP65 standard. In addition, the Arrows NX9 F-52A is able to please music lovers with the presence of a 3.5 mm headphone Jack. The smartphone runs Android 10, and its battery capacity is 3600 mAh. The price of the new product will be $729.
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