Fragrance Chips & Projectors: Fujitsu's New Mobile Phones

Fragrance Chips & Projectors: Fujitsu's New Mobile Phones

The iPhone's touch screen interface was a response to the growing capabilities of mobile phones. How are other companies approaching the same issue?

Francisco Hui
  • 17 november 2009

During a recent press conference, Japanese mobile company Fujitsu explained some of their upcoming models they’ll be releasing in Japan.

Fragrance Chips & Projectors: Fujitsu's New Mobile Phones

Aside from the fragrance chip on some models, the most interesting concept was one phone that is capable of separating the keyboard from the display unit. When combined with a projector add-on, it can project movies and images with a pixel count of 854 x 480. Other peripheral add-ons include a scanner, printer, and game controller.

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