Few weeks ago we told abut the first phone made for Japanese market to officially go on sale outside the land of the rising sun.
It was Fujitsu F905i handset, with impressive 3.2″ display for video and a fingerprint sensor, to be introduced by Taiwan’s Far East One Telecom.
Well, it looks like the preparation for the launch process of Fujitsu F905i in Taiwan is proceeding nicely. F905i version for Far East one Telecom has been approved by FCC recently and we can bring you a few live pictures of the device:
Now, don’t get your hopes to see Fujitsu F905i for sale in U.S too high. The approval process only means the owners of F905i are allowed to use the phone here.
Still, I always watched some exclusively Japanese models with envy, and it is nice to see that at least some of them are making it out.
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