Apparently, there are many good phones out there from marks we haven’t even heard of, well aside from Asia. One such awesome phone that was recently announced in that area is the Fujitsu Arrow A ( not much to look it if you analyze the complexity of the name, but a real beast of a phone with a really interesting charging method ).
The Japanese carrier known as Softbank has recently unveiled this upcoming smartphone in its line-up. Apparently, it will be running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean on the software side, and will be equipped with some strong hardware too. That hardware is as follows: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset which powers a device that has a 5 inch 1080p display. This phone is rocking a 13 MP camera and has an internal storage space of around 64 GB ( which can further be expanded upon with a Micro SD card ).
Now onto the interesting part: the charging. This device promises a battery life of 3 days per full charge. The most interesting detail is that it also promises a full-day of usage with a 10 minute charge of the battery.
Also, the Fujitsu Arrow A will be sporting a fingerprint reader on its back and probably support finger unlock features as well. It’s speculated that this interesting device will be available for purchase from Softbank as of December. Hope it’s at least half as resilient, battery wise anyway, as it promises.