Fujitsy Clamshell Phone With Two Touch Screens Spotted At CEATEC 2010

Posted: Oct 7 2010, 8:07am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 7 2010, 10:47am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Fujitsy Clamshell Phone with Two Touch Screens spotted at CEATEC 2010
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You feel limited by today's touch screen phones? One touchscreen is really not enough. Fujitsu at least thinks so. The Japanese company showed a clam-shell phone with two full-size touchscreens at the CEATEC 2010.

The prototype dual touch screen phone can swivel both screens to be used in landscape mode. The screen have slightly different sizes with 3.4 and 3.5 inches. The resolution is 480x960px. Currently the Fujitsu dual touchscreen phone runs on Symbian, but the company says the special user interface layer could also run on Android. If Fujitsu is going to actually make this phone is not known. More details on Tech-On. See also this video featuring the Fujitsu Dual panel phone.

Dual screen Tablets like the Kno have already appeared. A tablet with two screens makes more sense to me than a dual screen phone.

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