CES 2012: Fujitsu presents its nameless quad core smartphone
Fujitsu shows off its new Tegra 3 powered Android smartphone
Fujitsu is entering the smartphone market with an as yet unnamed device, which the company showcased at CES in Las Vegas.
Following on from the company's announcement of its waterproof Arrows tablet, Fujitsu took the wraps of this mystery Android smartphone, which sports a 4.6-inch 720p resolution touchscreen.
Like many new devices at the show its also running Nvidia's Tegra 3 ‘Kal-El' quad core processor tech clocked at 1.2GHz and boasts an impressive-sounding camera setup rated at 13-megapixels.
There's not much more information to go on right now, we don't know exactly what version of Google's operating system it runs, although our money's on Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.
Fujitsu hasn't outlined any pricing, carrier partnerships or regional availability plans just yet.
Also the company haven't allowed CES attendees to get handsy with the phone for some reason as it was behind glass at the booth.
Fujitsu did say, however, that the phone will make an appearance at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February and it'll be a much more complete build.
We wonder if this means we'll be able to have a go on it in Barcelona instead. We'll find out soon enough.