Windows Phone 7 is nice and all… but if you’ve ever wished your phone could run a full-blown desktop operating system, you might want to get yourself over to Japan. On July 23rd Fujitsu will begin selling a smartphone running Windows 7 Home Premium.
The Fujitsu F-07C measures 4.9″ x 2.4″ x 0.8″ and weighs less than half a pound. It has a 4 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel touchscreen display and a 1.2 GHz Intel Atom Z600 processor. The phone has 32GB of storage, 1 GH of RAM, and a 5.1MP camera.
The device gets a whopping 2 hours of battery life when you use it as a PC. Fortunately there’s also a low power phone mode which gives you a little over 6 hours of talk time or 600 hours of standby time.
In Windows mode you can run full-blown desktop apps including Internet Explorer 9, Windows Media Player, and Microsoft Office. There’s also support for Adobe Flash Player and Microsoft Silverlight. There’s a slide-out QWERTY keyboard with a trackball and mouse button for navigating through the Windows user interface.
Fujitsu will also offer a separate docking station with USB and HDMA ports so you can connect a mouse, keybaord, monitor, or other peripherals.
The phone will be available from Japanese wireless carrier NTT Docomo.